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  1. Hi Rosie, read your post, the TFL prosecutor who I spoke to over the phone told me that the incident would be on their internal records for a year, and a year only... I think you are safe to apply for the your course - only if you were convicted would it come up CRB. Hope that helps.
  2. Hi Rosy, They said the incident would be on their records for a year.....if something happened again within that year I would i would automatically face prosecution. After a year, I think, they erase the records. Thanks
  3. Hiya, I never replied to either of the two letters, just range them straight away (the whole thing took about a week from receiving the letters to taking to them) and I never went to the interview because I called them straight away pretty much... Hope that helps
  4. Hi there, I thought I should write this post on Consumer Action Group as some of the threads on this forum provided me with some valuable advice when I first got caught about three weeks ago using my partner's student oyster card on Transport for London. The case has now been settled out of court and I thought I should share my experience with others who may now be in a similar position. I had been using my student's oyster card for about 8 months buying weekly travelcards with the occasional use of top-up (when the travelcard was not valid for those zones or when the travelcard ha
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