technowelt said:They will send your file to a collection agency. I remember reading something about this in the Star a few years ago. There was some dispute between the, and the city, who were claiming that they should have exclusivity for writing parking tickets. I don't really remember hearing about a resolution, though.
ev said:the may send it to a collection agency... if it's big enough.. HOWEVER... highly unlikely that it would ever be listed as a collection item on your bureau.. unless it's a lot of money that you owe them.
and if you get sent to an agency... send them a fax and registered letter saying that they can only contact you through written correspondence. and cc: it to the ministry of consumer and business services attn: Freeland Manchester.
yeah this is supposedly a big thing now, even for "public" tickets that run across government jurisdictions - that is, a municipal arm of the government doesn't have the authority to access your provincially obtained info.SpaceBabe said:Isn't ImPark a private company so they cannot access your driver's record or get your info as they aren't government?