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    Default If You Overpay Your Fines, Can the Court Report Your Ticket

    My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Texas


    I was doing some reasearch on the internet and found this on a website.

    Overpay the actual violation amount. The state will issue you a refund check for the difference. Do not cash the check, keep it. Because you have not cashed the check, the court case/docket cannot be closed properly thus no information gets reported to your insurance company or department of motor vehicles.

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    Hahahahaha! Totally BOGUS!!!!! Try it if you want....

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    What is this... 1983?

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    I seriously doubt that worked even in 1983. Someone, somewhere may have gotten away with it in 1963. OK, maybe 1943.

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    Yeah... But how can we find out for sure??????????????



































































































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    Paying, or overpaying, or for that matter, not paying, is not relevant in any way to the case is or is not reported and/or documented. Once the case is adjudicated is hits the record books.

    You read it on the internet? You prolly believe those "enlargement" ads too.
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