DVLA - SORN

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DVLA - SORN

Postby Holsam » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:55 pm

HI I am having a problem with DVLA and a SORN notice I have sent but they subsequently lost and now want to fine me, I have explained what happened and sent a copy of the SORN i sent to them, I also notified them I would charge them a fee of £80 for each letter I have to send them if they failed to deal with the matter in my first letter. I have had a letter from them today and they have obviously ignored the letter and SORN notice copy i sent them. So i am today sending a second reply and charging £80 which is in line with their charges and they were notified of my fee schedule in my last letter.
My question is do I invoice DVLA or Simon Tse at DVLA who is their Chief Executive Officer as I dont expect them to pay and I will take County Court Proceedings to recover this invoice if I need too. Thanks
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Re: DVLA - SORN

Postby lambchop » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:29 am

They loose loads of mail and are trying it on,if you have proof of postage that should shut them up...
I always get POP when i send stuff off to to be on the safe side
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Re: DVLA - SORN

Postby mareo » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:47 am

Holsam wrote:HI I am having a problem with DVLA and a SORN notice I have sent but they subsequently lost and now want to fine me, I have explained what happened and sent a copy of the SORN i sent to them, I also notified them I would charge them a fee of £80 for each letter I have to send them if they failed to deal with the matter in my first letter. I have had a letter from them today and they have obviously ignored the letter and SORN notice copy i sent them. So i am today sending a second reply and charging £80 which is in line with their charges and they were notified of my fee schedule in my last letter.
My question is do I invoice DVLA or Simon Tse at DVLA who is their Chief Executive Officer as I dont expect them to pay and I will take County Court Proceedings to recover this invoice if I need too. Thanks




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Re: DVLA - SORN

Postby Holsam » Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:53 am

Thanks for the replies guys I have Invoiced their CEO so lets see what happens if they do not pay the invoice I have sent and I take county Court Proceedings against him .
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Re: DVLA - SORN

Postby Holsam » Tue May 21, 2013 3:56 pm

Just a quick update if anyone is have problems with DVLA as I am, Simon Tse is no longer the CEO at DVLA there is a new Acting CEO who is Judith Whitaker.

Just sending off a statement to DVLA with 2 charges for letters I have sent them today so will keep you informed how things go.

They have sent one of the fines for not declaring a sorn on a stolen car to a company called Collectica Limted to collect the £80 on DVLA's behalf I have sent a letter to collectica today refusing to pay and to forward the case to the county courts as they are threatening me with so I can present the evidence I have to a court. Also I have sent a notice to collectica that I will be charging them for every letter I have to send them in the future.

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Always address to the CEO, so eg. Ma'am Judith Whitaker-The CEO occupant

so with the revolving doors of who's who in any corporation at any giving time the position of CEO is always addressed to, no matter the occupant.

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Re: DVLA - SORN

Postby Holsam » Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:37 pm

Update of my SORN adventure firstly DVLA have another new acting CEO Mr Malcom Dawson if anyone has a SORN problem I have his corporate address for mail so let me know and I will let you have it.

Good News is that today I have received a letter from DVLA and they have written off both my SORN late payment notices so that has saved me £160 (the pen is mightier than the sword)

I did have to write a few letters standing my ground with them and I never backed down even though I had the 2 debt collection agency threatening me with courts I just wrote back to them saying I would not be paying them either and to take me to court as soon as they can so I could present my paperwork to the courts and that if I had to write to them again I would be charging them £80 for every letter I had to send. Consequently they never bothered me again.

I have not yet received payment of my invoices to DVLA for the letters I wrote but I will persue them more now they have written my SORN fines off.
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