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  1. yh they wrote me a letter confirming that they have settled the the matter. There will be no more further action, they have closed my file. i will make a donation for this website now...Thanks a lot to all here...You guys been very help.. i really appreciate it...
  2. Thanks a lot i just received a call from GTR , they accepted my offer. There will be no more further action this case...i'm so grateful to all of you guys...Specially Bazzas, P3t3r, honeybee13, Help2012...you guys were wonderful...Thanks a million...i will always remember you guys..Salute!!!!!...Bazzas you are the best you tried so hard for me...I appreciate it so much
  3. Dear Sir/Madam,I am writing to you to explain a series of events which happened on 6th January. I gave wrong name and address at first then I correct it. As I was new at that address I was not quite familiar with my address as I didn't use it very often. But in some respects I was able to remember that I used this address to shop on eBay and I correct the information to the officer. But it's not an excuse to make; it’s my responsibility to remember my address. I’m extremely sorry about that mistake. I was so panicked that I misspelled my name what I correct to the officer by showing my Bank card and Student ID.It was entirely my fault; I could have checked my ticket at Elephant and Castle station if I was eligible to travel with that ticket back to ST. Pancras. But I didn't that was also my stupid mistake. I was so scared about the whole things when at the end officer asked me if I had the money to pay for the ticket what I misunderstood as cash money and said NO. As the officer checked my name from my Bank card I thought that officer was referring to cash money, I was that stupid I didn't ask whether he was talking about cash or card. I had money in my card at that moment. I was in great pressure of study as I working on some software project and network security exam was due at 12th of January. But that has nothing to do with this incident. All I want to say is I am sorry. We’re human we make mistake, in also made a mistake and I’m extremely sorry about that whole thing. This is my first mistake and it will always be my last. I will never ever even dream of making this type of mistake again. I am not so good at explaining things as English is not my first language but I’m trying my best to cooperate with this matter with factual and honest information. I accept the liability for what happened on that day. I panicked a lot and messed up everything on that day. I didn't know how to cooperate with that situation. That officer was keep saying me to keep calm and not to worry. But I just kept panicking and messed up everything. I left the station, realising that what I had done was stupid, but unsure of what to do.I cannot believe how stupid I have been, and I feel an inexpressible burden of regret for my actions and the harm they may have caused to everyone involved in this situation, and I would particularly like to extend an apology to the station staff involved. I realise that fare evasion costs the industry 400 million pounds a year, and I understand the need for a Penalty Fare system. Although I never intended to evade my fare, or to give false details, I can solemnly swear that I have learnt my lesson, and will make sure nothing of this nature ever happens again. I realise that if GTR choose to bring this before court I will have to accept that decision, but if you are willing to settle out of court I would be willing to pay my full penalty fare and offer compensation of £350 pounds to cover all of your costs to this date. I have enclosed cheque as a token of my sincerity. I would be extremely grateful if GTR were willing to consider this as a criminal conviction would ruin my future career as an IT specialist. I have been studying very hard for last four years to become an IT specialist. This is the dream job of my life. I'm about to submit my project and finish my graduation in two months of time. A criminal conviction would mean I would very likely to get a job in UK or international countries like United States,Australia,Canada and many other countries. I will have to regret my whole life for my silly mistake; I would never be able to forgive myself.I realise that I have made a grave mistake and now I must leave the issue in your hands. I apologise again for my stupidity and ask that you consider my plea. Thank You.this is the final letter i'm sending in 20 minutes by post...any help would be wonderful...shall i make the cheque payable to Govia Thameslink railway
  4. Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing to you to explain a series of events which happened on 6th January. I gave wrong name and address at first then i correct it. As i was new at that address i was not quiet familiar with my address as i didn't use it very often. but it's not an excuse it's my responsibility to remember my address. i'm extremely sorry about that mistake but i did remember that i used this address to shop on ebay and i correct the information to the officer. i was so paincked that i mispelled my name what i correect to the officer by showing my Bank card and Student ID. It was entireley my fault, i could have checked my ticket at Elephant and Castle station to check if i was eleigible to travel with that ticket back to ST.Pancras. But i didn't that was my stupid mistake. I was so scared about the whole things when at the end officer asked me if i had the money to pay for the ticket what i misunderstood as cash money and said NO . As the officer checked my name from my Bank card i thought that officer was referring to cash money, I was that stupid i didn't ask whether he was talking about cash or card. As i had money in my card at that moment. I accept the liability for what happened on that day. I panicked a lot and messed up everything on that day. I didn't know how to cooperate with that situation. That officer was keep saying me to keep calm and not to worry. But I just kept panicking and messed up everything. I left the station, realising that what I had done was stupid, but unsure of what to do. I cannot believe how stupid I have been, and I feel an inexpressible burden of regret for my actions and the harm they may have caused to everyone involved in this situation, and I would particularly like to extend an apology to the station staff involved. I realise that fare evasion costs the industry 400 million pounds a year, and I understand the need for a Penalty Fare system. Although I never intended to evade my fare, or to give false details, I can solemnly swear that I have learnt my lesson, and will make sure nothing of this nature ever happens again. I realise that if GTR choose to bring this before court I will have to accept that decision, but if you are willing to settle out of court I would be willing to pay my full penalty fare and offer compensation of £400 pounds to cover all of your costs to this date. I have enclosed cheque as a token of my sincerity. I would be extremely grateful if GTR were willing to consider this as a criminal conviction would ruin my future career as an IT specialist.I have been studying very hard for last four years to become an IT specialist. This the dream of my life . I'm about to submit my project and finish my graduation in two months of time. a criminal conviction would mean I would very likely to get a job in UK or international countries like United States,Australia,Canada . I will have to regret my whole life for my silly mistake, I would never be able to forgive myself. I realise that I have made a grave mistake and now I must leave the issue in your hands. I apologise again for my stupidity and ask that you consider my plea. Thank You.
  5. what would be the best option shall i write them for settlement for now or i should wait for the summons to recieve.. which will be the best communication option email,phonecall,fax or a letter with the cheque of my proposed amount £380 for administrative cost and £20 for the penalty fare. what would be the cost to settle you suggest. what cheque will payable to Govia Thameslink Railway...
  6. shall i be detailed and about the whole things to them... can i put it like this way...That i gave wrong name and address at first then i correct it. As i was new at that address i thought if somebody found any communications regarding fines and they might report to the landlord they might kick me from the house so this i use the next door address i thought i might at least be intercept the communications from GTR and able to pay the fine that way .but as i new at that i didn't notice that the next door address was at the same house number 86b and 86c. i thoiught my next door would be 85 but i was worng. iwas so scred about the whole things. at the end officer asked me if i had the money to pay for the ticket what i misunderstood as cash money and said NO . As the officer checked my name from my Bank card i thought that officer was referring to cash money, I was that stupid i didn't ask whether he was talking about cash or card. As i had money in my card at that moment. then all the apology i can write down to persuade them. one thing i remember that officer asked" sign this note to say that you were scared about the whole questionaries that's why you gave wrong name and address" then he let me go but when i reached at the barrier he asked if i had money to pay when i replied NO . as i thought he was refering to the cash money... Please give an honest suggestion how shall i write them a settlement letter based on my sitaution...Thanks everybody for help specially bazzas. Bazzas can you please help me write an honest settlement letter. thinking from your point of view what would you do at this point...
  7. Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing to you to explain a series of events which happened on 6th January. I accept the liability for what happened on that day. I panicked a lot and messed up everything on that day. I didn't know how to cooperate with that situation. That officer was keep saying me to keep calm and not to worry. But I just kept panicking and messed up everything. I left the station, realising that what I had done was stupid, but unsure of what to do. I cannot believe how stupid I have been, and I feel an inexpressible burden of regret for my actions and the harm they may have caused to everyone involved in this situation, and I would particularly like to extend an apology to the station staff involved. I realise that fare evasion costs the industry 400 million pounds a year, and I understand the need for a Penalty Fare system. Although I never intended to evade my fare, or to give false details, I can solemnly swear that I have learnt my lesson, and will make sure nothing of this nature ever happens again. I realise that if GTR choose to bring this before court I will have to accept that decision, but if you are willing to settle out of court I would be willing to pay my full penalty fare and offer compensation of £400 pounds to cover all of your costs to this date. I have enclosed cheque as a token of my sincerity. I would be extremely grateful if GTR were willing to consider this as a criminal conviction would ruin my future career as an IT specialist.I have been studying very hard for last four years to become an IT specialist. This the dream of my life . I'm about to submit my project and finish my graduation in two months of time. a criminal conviction would mean I would very likely to get a job in UK or international countries like United States,Australia,Canada . I will have to regret my whole life for my silly mistake, I would never be able to forgive myself. I realise that I have made a grave mistake and now I must leave the issue in your hands. I apologise again for my stupidity and ask that you consider my plea. Thank You. any suggestions or feedback on this letter will be wonderful...Thanks
  8. hello there, Can you help me how to write an out of court settlement letter. If you please have a look on my thread and give me advise how to do this i would really appreciate it. as i seen some of your threads and i feel very hopeful. i would relly appreciate if you help me regard my issue. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?442847-Notice-of-intention-to-prosecute Thanks..
  9. i'm extremely sorry i was working at that moment and i couldn't reply.
  10. yh i had money in my card but as i first time asked the staff to pay for the fair he sent me to the revenue officer . before i asked to pay the officer start taking my details. during taking my details he checked my ID and Bank to take my details. at the end he asked me if i have money to pay. i said NO cause i thought when he was talking about money he was talking about cash. as i already told the barrier staff that i wanted to pay. I thought they were referring to cash money what i didn't have i was so panicked that i didn't even ask them what they were talking about ...I didn't even know what was i doing at that time. .I did messed up things. .when i panic i panic real bad. ..that officer keep saying me to calm down but i just panicked and messed up everything...
  11. As an example john smith paul I gave like john Steve Paul .. .yh is there anyway you think I try to offer an out of court settlement ..can you please help me with how shall I offer a settlement.. There's no harm trying. ..I have no idea how to make an offer ..shall I call them or wrote a letter for an offer. ..can you give an example or sample to make an offer.. .any help regarding this will be wonderful
  12. yh one letter of the name was wrong he checked my ID and Bankcard and get it right.cause i gave him right DOB he checked my name and address on their system . and that's how he got my name was wrong. if i did it before they could have checked with their system before but it never happened with me previously. i have got all the Day Travelcard cost me £5.90 and my zone 1/2 day travel oyster card stated in my statement and all my rail ticket i buy with my card. though i sometime buy ticket using cash and i have spare ticket to show i always buy ticket before travel. and this was my first travel with thameslink. cause i was curious about 'LONDON TERMINALS' on my ticket. if the staff replied that was an invalid ticket i would buy a ticket and i don't have to end up with this situation. yh it was first time and unintenional because of the staffs mistake. how shall i persuade them?? do you suggest something about offering a out of court settlement. please help me i'm so worried and stressed about this whole things.
  13. I'm in the same problem how did you settle it out of court...please your answer will be life saving for me..
  14. does anybody suggest that shall I call them try to convince and settle out of court. Any suggestions???? what will happen next does anybody have any idea??? I'm really scared can't sleep at all if I'm gonna end up having a criminal record.
  15. they found two alleged offence against me 1. giving false name and address , 2. intention of travel without having a valid ticket entitling to travel, I never travel without a ticket evrything is in my statement. and i never had this type of situation in my whole life
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