My daughter, living in another country, was shocked to find $793.90 and $55.00 deducted on the 15 Sept 2014 from her Visa. This was done by the Car Hire Company, Enforcement Order due date 19 Sept. She was able to get the amount back from Visa, as she had told Visa that it was an unlawful deduction. The first ever known knowledge of this speeding (under 13km/h over speed limit) infringement/ Enforcement Order and letter from the Car Hire Company, to my daughter or her parents living at the address known by the Car Hire Company, was a mail stamped date 16 Sept, sent to parents address and received on the 19 Sept. There was no correspondence prior to the letter sent on 16 Sept, either from the Car Hire Company, The Traffic Camera Office or SPER. No Infringement notice, no courtesy letter, no Enforcement Order, no Fine collection notice (to the Visa Bank). The infringement took place on 21 April, my daughter was totally unaware of it , and hasn't seen any proof. She also says that she has a right to an Internal review, with a possibility of the fine being withdrawn, as she has had no fines in the last 3 years. The Car Hire Company, will not reply to any emails, and we believe they have acted fraudulently, and have not passed on any correspondence, so that the matter could have been dealt with in the normal time frame. SPER has all the above info, but say they have no authority to waive, withdraw, or negate the costs. Apparently my daughter is still liable to pay. As my daughter is living overseas, and I don't know when she will be returning, it makes it difficult to know what to do, and how she stands legally under Traffic Law. She's not here, and she can't afford a lawyer. What can she do?