Purchasing false registration plates used by fraudsters to avoid paying traffic fines and e-tolls, has become relatively easy and an inconvenience to registered motorists.
John Maytham received an email this week from a listener who says that while he has re-registered his license plate, he has once again received traffic fines for offenses he has never committed.
Another listener shares how he has been unable to open a criminal case despite proof revealing that his number plate has been cloned.
Bradley says he has been sent from pillar to post by both police and traffic department officials.
2015 I got a fine, changed my number plate, 2017 comes and I start getting fines again. This week I have been to court three times.— Bradley, CapeTalk caller
Went to Milnerton police station to open up a criminal case, they say they don't do anything. Went to traffic, traffic say they don't pursue ant criminal action against these people.— Bradley, CapeTalk caller
I have this guy's ID number, I know where he stays and have a video of his car with my number plates on it. No one has been able to help me.— Bradley, CapeTalk caller
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