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City of Providence, RI overcharge me on taxes since 2001 $7586.18.

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City of Providence, RI overcharge me on taxes since 2001 $7586.18. Fom that amount they agree to credit my tax bill for 2010 in the amount equal two years back taxes abated. However do to not updating my account they send to my mortgage bank a note of delinquency and got payment of $1890.20 from my escrow account, money that I did not own. Since February 7, 2011 I try to get refund in any amount that The City of Providence own me but I'm unsuccesful with my effort. Do I have any legal right to ask for refund and if yes what I can do about it?
Halina Skiba
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Maverick replied 5 years ago.

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You will need to send them a letter by certified mail return receipt and explain the probelm in detail and ask them to credit your account properly. Tell them that you want them to send to you written proof that they have corrected the issue and that you would appreciate the same within 10 days of the reciept of your letter. Send the same letter out again after 10 days if they have not corrected the problem. Then, do it one more time again.


If the problem is still not resolved to your satisfaction, you can sue them for civil conversion in court and/or write a letter to your city mayor or to a state legislator. Be sue to cc: Chase on all the communications. You can even cc: the mayor on all of the letters.



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Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Thank you but I did that and I inform you about it.


Expert:  Maverick replied 5 years ago.
okay...sounds fine.

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