Pay a pawnbroker and secondhand dealer final demand notice

How pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers can pay a final demand notice online, in person or by post.
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Individuals and companies that do not pay their original fines within 28 days receive a final demand notice with additional costs.

If the final demand is not paid within another 28 days, the infringement is recorded by the Fines Enforcement Registry. This involves further costs and possible suspension of your vehicle and driver’s licence.

Payment of the full amount can be made:  

  • in person at any Australia Post location
  • by mailing a cheque or money order to:

          Commissioner of Police
          Licensing Services
          Locked Bag 9
          East Perth WA 6892

  • online using Visa or Mastercard

If paying online, you will need the reference number on the bottom left of your final demand notice.