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One of the things DC DMV do really well is enforcing their parking systems. Try a pay for delete with the CA, might be hard getting DV process in your favor. They got me for a total of $400....and if u are like me and forget about it and parked there again..it's a vi$it to get the boot off your car

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One of the things DC DMV do really well is enforcing their parking systems. Try a pay for delete with the CA, might be hard getting DV process in your favor. They got me for a total of $400....and if u are like me and forget about it and parked there again..it's a vi$it to get the boot off your car

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When was it assigned? Did you receive the mini miranda from this ca? How much is it for?

i received somthing from LDC collections, it so far seems to be reported to only one CRA so far and it says it was about 9 months ago. The amount is for $205.

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When was it assigned? Did you receive the mini miranda from this ca? How much is it for?

i received somthing from LDC collections, it so far seems to be reported to only one CRA so far and it says it was about 9 months ago. The amount is for $205.

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One of the things DC DMV do really well is enforcing their parking systems. Try a pay for delete with the CA, might be hard getting DV process in your favor. They got me for a total of $400....and if u are like me and forget about it and parked there again..it's a vi$it to get the boot off your car

What is a DV? And the ones that u had did you get them removed?

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One of the things DC DMV do really well is enforcing their parking systems. Try a pay for delete with the CA, might be hard getting DV process in your favor. They got me for a total of $400....and if u are like me and forget about it and parked there again..it's a vi$it to get the boot off your car

What is a DV? And the ones that u had did you get them removed?

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LDC ? lol I remember them ...I disputed as not mine, and they fell off..i also went through and deleted old address which included an old DC address

So do you think I should pay them dispute, or should I just try to get it removed without paying,,,its still pretty new is there anyway DMV may report this again?

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LDC ? lol I remember them ...I disputed as not mine, and they fell off..i also went through and deleted old address which included an old DC address

So do you think I should pay them dispute, or should I just try to get it removed without paying,,,its still pretty new is there anyway DMV may report this again?

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Parking ticket judgements are not "debt" as definded in the FDCPA because they are not the result of a consumer transaction. They are under no obligation whatsoever to follow any of the FDCPA rules. They can harrass you, call your relatives, and your employer until the sun explodes and there is little you can do about it.

If you just ignored the ticket, you are probably screwed on this one. If you were never notified of the ticket, or you were simply railroaded despite your evidence, you can usually have it reveiwed by the circuit court as a violation of your rights to due process.

I will tell you this, fighting a parking ticket "administrative" judgement is a VERY uphill battle. But, it is winnable. I beat the crap out of the City of Chicago on a parking ticket last summer and they had to pay me.

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Parking ticket judgements are not "debt" as definded in the FDCPA because they are not the result of a consumer transaction. They are under no obligation whatsoever to follow any of the FDCPA rules. They can harrass you, call your relatives, and your employer until the sun explodes and there is little you can do about it.

If you just ignored the ticket, you are probably screwed on this one. If you were never notified of the ticket, or you were simply railroaded despite your evidence, you can usually have it reveiwed by the circuit court as a violation of your rights to due process.

I will tell you this, fighting a parking ticket "administrative" judgement is a VERY uphill battle. But, it is winnable. I beat the crap out of the City of Chicago on a parking ticket last summer and they had to pay me.

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