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I cannot raise the funds to satisfy this demand and would like to see what can be done to reduce the amount to zero or at least to the normal traffic fine if it is correctly issued
Yes, the DVLA has my correct address, it is on my drivers licence. I know what these PCNs refer to but I have never ever had the normal notification from Ealing Council that I had committed an offence. The increase from a normal fine to the statospheric charges from CSI are, in my opinion, criminal profiteering.
It is obvious that the PCNs refer to possible traffic offences because they refer to my registration number and roads in Ealing. I wanted help, not someone stating the obvious to me.
How does one make a Stat Dec?
Please tell me how and where to make a stat dec
I'm so sorry, I've been so upset by this demand that I did not read the letter properly. It states that notice was issued to a previous address. I moved into my present flat on 20th May 2013 which is 7 and 8 months prior to the PCNs. I changed my address with the DVLA within days of taking up residence here. Ealing council offered this flat to me in April 2013 which I immediately accepted so they should have upgraded their records and not made this mistake. I hope I'm not being too optimistic but this sounds an awful lot healthier for me.
The DVLA had my current address from May 2013. the PCNS are for December 2013 and January2014. I redirected mail from my old flat to this one for a month and notified everyone else that needed it like doctor, dentist, bank etc.
There is not a great many pieces of correspondence, just 2 PCNs. My address was correct with DVLA and Ealing, who issued the fines, in May 2013. Ealing sent things to the wrong address. The only way that Collect found me is by a simple call to DVLA and the answer could have been with them in February, not waiting till now, July. Do you see what I'm on about.
I am going to go to the council and ask them to sort this nonsense out. I have done nothing to warrant an increase in fines, Ealing is at fault
You have not given me poor service and you have not answered my concerns fully so we will have to disagree. I will try and let you know the result,
Thank you and good bye