Currently, “Notice of Violation may result in referral to a collection agency”. How did we violate if we weren”t ever there? Got a bill for $50.00 over toll fee, assuming the toll fee is $15.00 as stated from Port Authority of NY & NJ. Requisition letter that we pay a bill via 800 number or to log on e-zpassny.com. We”ve never been to NY and some how they”ve sent us a bill to our P.O. Box in far South Texas. Attempted to resolve this via call to [protected]. I”m not a bit surprised that this type of legal theft would eventually happen. As RVr”s we have traveled through several sunbelt states and recieved a notice for a bill from Colorado. Wrong travel date and 4 years after we went through Colorado. The kicker is that we can”t travel on toll roads due to the size and number of axle” s our RV has while towing another vehicle. That”s over 53 feet of vehicle all together. (The length of a large tractor trailer) We would never attempt taking our RV into a large city with limited maneuverability. And we”ve never been to New York. This bill is another example how we can have our name attached to almost anything and have our credit damaged for legal thievery. Will follow up with results after I”ve made a call to have this HUGE mistake resolved.
This review (The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Complaint) was originally published at Skeptic Files.
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