More bridge toll disputes

Letter writers criticize Golden Ears Bridge bill tolls.

Editor, The News:

Re: For whom the GE Bridge bill tolls (The News, Sept. 20).

I received a bill from TransLink with similar circumstances. My bill was $350-plus. Of that, more than $200 was for interest.

I rarely use the bridge. Scam.

I was informed by QuickPass that my dispute would be forwarded to TransLink, and who knows when someone would get back to me.

I disputed it around June 9. Apparently, many more users have experienced similar circumstances.

Simon Stroud

Maple Ridge


Not even my car

Editor, The News:

Re: For whom the GE Bridge bill tolls (The News, Sept. 20).

I received a bill for $7,900 on a car that I don’t even own. Then I received a separate bill in my name for my son’s car.

Jennifer Zurowski

Maple Ridge

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