A ticket issued through Montgomery County’s automated traffic enforcement program is a civil violation similar to a parking violation. Mail your payment and remittance stub to: Automated Traffic Enforcement P. Box 10549 Rockville, Maryland 20849 Write the citation number and license plate number on your check or money order TO ENSURE PROPER CREDIT. Pay in person (2 locations): Methods of payment accepted are cash, check, money order, or credit card.You may pay the fine, which is an admission of guilt, or you may request a hearing. Returned checks are subject to electronic redeposit for the face amount and a returned check fee of .00. Monday through Friday, am to pm 4040 Blackburn Lane, Suite 200, Burtonsville Monday through Friday, am to pm 255 Rockville Pike, Suite L15, Rockville (Entrance on Monroe Street) At least five (5) days prior to the due date on citation, you must request court by mailing in the bottom portion of the citation to: Automated Traffic Enforcement Post Office Box 10549 Rockville, Maryland 20849 For a ticket: If you want to request the speed monitoring system operator be present and testify at the hearing, you are required to submit a separate request in writing no later than twenty (20) days before your scheduled hearing date. Give online to support our amazing Coalition Partners There's no way to count with 100% accuracy the total number of people trapped in slavery.But to us, the number isn’t as important as the people. Slavery has many forms and names, but it’s still slavery. Can you imagine being forced to work without pay, trapped, unable to walk away, subject to violence or the threat of violence, by another person as they control you? Slavery is illegal in every single country in the world. Join with Freedom Fighters around the world on 2.23.17 as we SHINE A LIGHT ON SLAVERY!
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Skimming is a method of capturing a bank customer's card information by running it through a machine that reads the card's magnetic strip.
Those machines are often placed over the real card slots at ATMs and other card terminals.
The other CU’s have had several members respond and they are now seeing ATM fraud out of California and Arizona.
Please note that Credit Union of Georgia will not request information in this way.