I paid for parking in Hyattsville, MD, but forgot to put the receipt in my dash- it asked for a space number when I paid, so I figured that was how they kept track of who paid and who didn't, which is why I didn't even think to put my receipt in my dash. About 45 minutes later, I walk out just as the security officer was ticketing me.
The fine was $25, and I decided that after $10 court fees I would only be saving myself $15, so I should just pay the fine, which included a service charge. I have the paper copy of $28 on my bank statement.
About a week after paying, I threw away my original parking receipt and ticket, since I hadn't heard anything. A few days later, I got a letter in the mail saying that I owe $50 now. I called and spoke with an employee who told me that they have absolutely no record of my payment and that I still owe $50, regardless. He said that if I really do have a paper copy from my bank supporting the payment (which I do), then I could take it to their office.
Tomorrow is my first day off work and school for me to go up there with my papers, but I looked online and I now owe $100!
If I bring my bank statement, will they acknowledge my payment?
Yes of course they will you answered your own question.
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You bet they will, You don't seem to indicate how you paid the first one, if I understand everything correctly but if you have a receipt they will reverse the charges; you may want to speak to the office manager because this suggests that someone is stealing money or not keeping correct track of it.
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Assuming you do indeed have proof of payment of the ticket, they should enter in their system that the ticket has been paid and close the case.
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