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all I can say is change your name, grow a beard
and move as quick as you can. If someone knocks on your door before you have done that and he or she talks Italian then, play dum and tell them that the car you hired was stolen by Juventus supporters


Edited by manwitheagletattoo (29 Jan 2019 12.55pm)

 


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Originally posted by manwitheagletattoo

all I can say is change your name, grow a beard and move as quick as you can. If someone knocks on your door before you have done that and he or she talks Italian then, play dum and tell them that the car you hired was stolen by Juventus supporters

 


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ChrisGC Flag Wantage 29 Jan 19 1.41pm

Originally posted by IMilburn


I (allegedly but probably guilty!) committed a speeding offence near Florence in October 2011. I received no notification or additional charge from the car rental company, and no notification from the police.

Out of the blue, in May 2016, I received a letter in English from European Municipality Outsourcing stating that as I had missed all payment deadlines, the offence was now 'enforceable', that the amount owing was 452 euros, and that failure to pay within 30 days would result in legal proceedings. It appears that EMO is used by many (but not all) police forces in Italy to administer speeding tickets and fine collections.

I emailed EMO without response, so called and spoke to a very helpful lady who spoke perfect English. I explained that the May 2016 letter was the first notification I had received, and she agreed to reduce the amount to the original fine of 238 euros, which I paid.

I thought no more about it until reading this thread. I just logged on to the EMO site and found that my payment has been logged as a deposit and 214 euros is still showing as outstanding! I am therefore expecting a further letter in a few years time!

My advice at this stage would be to check whether the police force involved subcontracts to EMO. Go to [Link] and follow the 'police command'link to find this out. If the police force concerned subcontracts to EMO, you can expect them to be hounding you for five years and may be more after the offence. If EMO is not involved, you may get away with it .......

As further advice, never rent from Gold Car - they have a reputation for screwing customers with unfair or hidden charges!

Definitely a scam, what are they gonna do? Bollox to it.

 

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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 29 Jan 19 2.37pm Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

Originally posted by ChrisGC

Definitely a scam, what are they gonna do? Bollox to it.

Careful they could go after him with a European Arrest Warrant well up until the end of March anyway.

 


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Pussay Patrol Flag 29 Jan 19 2.53pm

You pay what you owe or you get whacked

Capiche?

 


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pefwin Flag Where you have to have an English ... 29 Jan 19 6.42pm

In or out of the EU, I believe you can safely ignore them.

 


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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 29 Jan 19 7.15pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by ChrisGC

Sound like a scam mate, ignore it.

Precisely my thought, and what I would do. Plus I wouldn’t return to Italy in a hurry. Nor indeed at any speed

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View Pierre's Profile Pierre Flag Purley 29 Jan 19 10.49pm Send a Private Message to Pierre Add Pierre as a friend

If I were you I wouldn't pay the fines. Then move to Georgia for a while!
If they decide to come after you looks like it would take months of wrangling and court time to try and extradite you or get you to pay up! So they probably wouldn't even bother.

 

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chateauferret Flag 31 Jan 19 8.38pm

Originally posted by steph_eagle

Can I ask when that was as they have to give 10 minutes grace?

No they don't.

 


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View rawpalace05's Profile rawpalace05 Flag Saltdean 10 Feb 19 9.18am Send a Private Message to rawpalace05 Add rawpalace05 as a friend

Thanks all for your input, its a massive help.

Ive blocked my credit card to goldcar, as ive tried to contact the police re how to pay and as they actually have made no effort to reply nor provide evidence against me at this stage.

Ill log on to the emo site and see if ive been a naughty boy.

 


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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag The toppermost of the poppermost 10 Feb 19 1.27pm Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

It'd be interesting to know how zealous the UK authorities are in their pursuit of foreign nationals jumping speeding and parking fines incurred whilst holidaying in these fair islands.

 


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View Jimenez's Profile Jimenez Flag SELHURSTPARKCHESTER,DA BRONX 10 Feb 19 1.28pm Send a Private Message to Jimenez Add Jimenez as a friend

Originally posted by Cucking Funt

It'd be interesting to know how zealous the UK authorities are in their pursuit of foreign nationals jumping speeding and parking fines incurred whilst holidaying in these fair islands.

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