E470 Express Toll & Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP Wyoming Review


Im writing to add another disappointing experience with E470 and their appointed collection agency: Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLC.They seem to have a solid defensive wall where one basically has one of two options: 1) pay their assigned fees and fines 2) dont pay and face credit agency/collection issues and not being able to renew your license. I have not been able to discuss my circumstance and resolve my case. Im out of state, and I can not reasonably return in-person to represent myself, and I assume that it is by design that their system isn’t set up to settle any dispute over the phone. They seem to want to make it as difficult as possible so that you just pay $100’s for them to go away rather than settle something reasonably. Below Ive copied and pasted a portion of my notice that they sent to one of several addresses Ive lived at in the last 18 months. Luckilly a friend continued to live at that residence and brought the document to my attention. My employment ended in May of 2010, and Ive moved several times since then seeking my next employment opportunity. I received notice of late payments at a friend’s address in June 2011, and that was the first time I became aware of the below charges and associated penalties. The strange thing is that I paid tolls that were forwarded to my current address in May 2011, and when I went online to pay them, there was no indication of past charges due. Therefore I was surprised when in June, I received notice for charges that pre-dated those I had just paid for. It was the first time I became aware of the prior tolls, and by that time, they had already assessed “Civil Penalties”” to each individual toll. I dont have a problem paying the tolls. What I was disappointed with was the $25 PER TOLL “”Civil Penalty””. Not just one penalty per billing period

but one for each toll! It changed $19 of tolls to $354! When I called to explain

they told me I should have changed my mailing address

and that it’s CO state law. I lived in WY when I accrued the fees

and now Im living in TX until I figure out where Im going to work next. They also said I should have set up an online account. I wish I could go back in time and do that

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