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My address has been used as the registered address of a

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My address has been used as the registered address of a vehicle whose owner (by dint of sheer chance) I have identified. I also know where the owner lives and the registration number of the vehicle. I would like to take further action. Can you help?

For what loss?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I haven't suffered financial loss, as (I hope) I have nipped this in the bud in time

OK. so what are you hoping to do?

I presume you have told the DVLA?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I have told the DVLA who have issued me with an exemption certificate against claims arising from driving infringements

Ok. I'm not sure what you were hoping to do then?

You can make a report to the police although they may not be interested.

If you have suffered no loss then there is no claim in compensation.

You can only claim compensation for your losses in the UK.

I could do a call but not until tomorrow morning now?

To resolve it though a report to the DVLA and one to the police is the way forward.

Can I clarify anything for you?

Jo

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Alright, thank you. ***** can see the principle of 'compensation for loss' applies. Do the DVLA follow these things up rigorously? Or are they more tigers with paper teeth?

I think they would have an interest in false registrations.

If this has been registered at your address to avoid detection then that would probably be interesting to them.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Alright. Thank you. I will leave it there.You've been helpful

No problem.

All the best.

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