How do I dispute a 407 charge?
How To Resolve A Dispute
- Please call 1-888-407-0407 and speak to one of our Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) or you can contact us via web.
- If you are not able to resolve the issue with one of our CSRs, you can speak with a Customer Advocate from the Office of the President.
Can you fight a 407 bill?
How do I fight my 407 payment? You really cannot fight with 407 on your payment. The tolls are calculated based on your usage of the toll road.
What happens if you don’t pay 407 bill?
Customers who don’t pay their 407 bills will see their account accumulate interest at a rate of almost 27 per cent annually and can have their licence plate denied. Sack said cases like this are rare and that the highway always wants to settle them.
Why did I get a 407 bill?
Billing Services and Account options that save time, money and the environment. 407 ETR sends each customer a bill on a monthly basis. 407 ETR will then send a bill if the customer: registers a new address with MTO, makes a payment, uses the highway, or the balance due on the account reaches a specified amount.
How much do I owe 407?
How can I conveniently check my account balance, payment history or change my account information? The easiest way is right now, online. Log in to check your account. Alternatively, call 1-888-407-0407 on any day at anytime and follow the automated prompts.
Does 407 affect credit score?
A 407 credit score is a poor credit score. It makes it very difficult to qualify for credit or even apply for an apartment but it can absolutely be improved.
How can I save money on 407?
Yes, regular users of 407 ETR can definitely save money. Transponder users save the Camera Charge per trip. So, if you plan to make more than three round trips per year, a transponder will save you money. You can save another 48.3% by paying your transponder lease annually instead of monthly!
How does 407 billing work?
A transponder saves you money by eliminating the Camera Charge that is billed for each trip when our systems take an image of your plate as you enter and exit the highway. A transponder pays for itself after just six trips a year on Highway 407. Get an annual lease that automatically renews for just $23.50 per year!
Who owns the Highway 407?
Cintra Global S.E.
The Company is owned by indirectly owned subsidiaries of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (total 50.01%), also known as CPP Investments; Cintra Global S.E., a wholly owned subsidiary of Ferrovial S. A. (43.23%); and SNC-Lavalin (6.76%).
How long can 407 plate denial last?
Under the Highway Act, 407 can send a notice of failure to pay 35 days after an invoice is sent. If the invoice is not paid 90 days after this notice is sent, 407 can notify the Registrar of Motor Vehicles (the “Registrar”) to deny the debtor’s licence plate.
Who is responsible for 407 ETR bill payment?
By law, the registered owner of the licence plate travelling on the highway is responsible for bill payment to 407 ETR, even if the owner was not the driver of the vehicle at the time of the recorded trip. Bills are issued to users monthly and are due upon mailing.
What is the 407 Express toll route (ETR)?
Ontario’s 407 Express Toll Route (ETR) is a crucial route for many fleets. This main highway is a quick east to west route that avoids many of the clogged main roads.
How much are 407 ETR camera charges?
For a heavy vehicle, the charge is $50.00 per trip. Under the Highway Traffic Act, it’s mandatory for heavy vehicles to have a functioning transponder. But from time to time, a vehicle with a transponder can be billed camera charges. This can occur for a number of reasons: Over time, these 407 ETR charges can add up, being quite costly to fleets.
How do I pay my 407 bill online?
You can pay your 407 bill directly from your bank through the following online banking website: BMO Scotia Bank CIBC HSBC NBC Simplii RBC TD