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speeding ticket in the mail

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I've been back from Italy for 3 months and today recieved a certified letter that looks to be a speeding ticket. It is in Italian, English, German and French. The English translation is very difficult to understand. It reminds me of the Nigerian money scams. Is this for real? I was not pulled over at any time and I don't recall seeing a camera trap. What happens if I don't pay it? Has anyone else had this happen? Please help. Thanks.

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