Stop parking fine, penalty charge, congestion charge bailiffs
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Have you had a BAILIFF LETTER OR VISIT over an unpaid parking fine, congestion charge Penalty Charge Notice?
I can stop the bailiff from visiting you, calling you or clamping or towing your car away.
Have you been CLAMPED over an unpaid Penalty Charge Notice aka parking fine?
I can stop the bailiff towing your vehicle away and then selling it at auction.
Have your car or van been TOWED OR SEIZED by bailiffs over an unpaid Penalty Charge Notice aka parking fine?
I’ll help you get your vehicle back.
Do you want to RECLAIM BAILIFF FEES you’ve already paid?
I’ll help you sue for a refund.
Have you had your recently-bought vehicle clamped or seized over the PREVIOUS OWNER’S Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs)?
I’ll show you how get your car back.
If a bailiff is demanding money for an unpaid parking fine or congestion charge, he will no doubt want either an unfeasibly large payment or total settlement on the spot. However, a bailiff must be lawful, justifiable and proportionate in his acts and behaviour.
If you suspect that he’s not, don’t just give in, call me!
If you’ve already paid the bailiff , I’ll help you reclaim.
If you don’t believe you should pay, I’ll help you stop the bailiff.
If you don’t take action immediately, the bailiff may take your car and the next time you see it could be for sale on eBay.
The bailiff’s bill will increase daily and your nightmare is never over. Read about the bailiff scam.
The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (Schedule 12) section 68 says:
(1) A person is guilty of an offence if he intentionally obstructs a person lawfully acting as an enforcement agent.
(2) A person is guilty of an offence if he intentionally interferes with controlled goods without lawful excuse.
(3) A person guilty of an offence under this paragraph is liable on summary conviction to—
(a) imprisonment for a term not exceeding 51 weeks, or
(b) a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale, or
Q: Does that means you can’t challenge a parking or congestion charge bailiff in any way, shape or form?
A: Not necessarily! I understand how distressing a visit from a bailiff can be and how frightened, confused and angry it can make you. In situations like this, it is possible (depending on your individual circumstances) to get the WARRANT REVOKED, the bailiff permanently cancelled and the case passed back to the council. You will end up paying just the original PCN amount. See here.
THE DEAL IS REALLY QUITE SIMPLE:
Pay me £125 and I will save you around £500 in parking bailiff’s fees.
To get immediate help with your bailiff problem call John Galt on 07909 588 519 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to hire me, I need from you (by email, fax or scan):
1. Bailiff company and case number
2. Full name and address of the person the logbook is registered to
3. Vehicle registration number
4. Is the vehicle on finance? Who with? When does it end?
5. Reason it got to bailiff stage, eg were you not aware you had a PCN? Were you aware, but simply forgot to pay it? Did you make and then lose an appeal? Did an abusive spouse hide the ticket and reminders from you? Have you moved address recently?
6. the council name and the Penalty Charge Number (two letters followed by eight numbers). If you don’t know it, call TFL on 0845 900 1234 or 0207 649 9122 or the parking department of the council.
7. If you’ve paid the bailiff, what date and how much? Was it cash or card?
8. Payment of my £125 fee
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The small print:
1. I only get rid of the bailiff fees, not the underlying Penalty Charge Notice before it went to bailiff stage.
You will still have to pay the underlying unpaid PCN.
2. If the bailiff wants up to £300, it’s actually cheaper to pay the bailiff rather than to pay me to get rid of the bailiff. As much as I love business and money, I only get involved if matters proceed to bailiff letter or visit stage and the bills really start to rack up beyond £300. Then it’s worth it for you to proceed with me.