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  1. I am really sorry about this I tried my best. It would be really helpful if you could help me so i can send by today-8th.
  2. Today is the deadline and I contacted appeals & prosecution department (did not tell who I was or gave my case number) and asked what is the best way to send the letter and the staff member said just email it and it'll be much more convenient for both of us. She also mentioned that I can send it by tomorrow it is not a problem. So should I send it now or wait for further feedback and do it tomorrow?
  3. Okay thanks. If you don't mind is it not possible for you to give any advice?
  4. Okay thanks. If you don't mind is it not possible for you to give any advice?
  5. Thanks for your suggestion and yes I am not from UK. Further to your letter I confirm the following: On 25/10/2016, I was travelling from …to … and I was inspected by the TFL officer and I then realise that I mistakenly used my elder brother’s student discounted travel card. - explain why... [basically I live near the station, takes about 6 minutes-walking distance. What I can mention is that I was actually in a hurry as I was going to my interview and did not check the card properly. But this may sound like a lie… and what about wearing my brother trouser, should I include that as well?) I accept that I have committed an offence and I am very ashamed of my action. However, I assure you that it was a genuine mistake and I sincerely apologise for this incident. I would also like to bring into your notice that I am a full time university student (Course name-health related course) part of (associations), and employed which requires a clean criminal record and if this matter is taken into court, my educational and employment career will be affected severely. I am a law abiding citizen [ no you are not - you should have known it was not right to use it] ( but it was a genuine mistake… anything better I could say instead) and I have never been involved any transport or other offences in my life solely because I am aware of the consequences of having a criminal record. I am ready to pay reasonable penalty fine, revenue loss or any other equivalent monetary cost incurred contrary to/alternatively to/equal to [which one] what the court might award to keep my criminal record clean and in order to preserve your good name by resolving this matter without court. I have learnt from my mistake and would like to reassure you that I will be careful from now onwards and I won’t repeat the same mistake again. My future is in your hand and I request that my statement may also be given a weight and due consideration. [ don't like that last sentence] [do you mean I should rephrase it or do not mention it] Your co-operation will be highly appreciated
  6. Sorry I just came from work and Here's what I wrote Further to your letter I confirm the following: On 25/10/2016, I was travelling from …to … and I was inspected by the TFL officer and I then realise that I mistakenly used my elder brother’s student discounted travel card. - explain why... I accept that I have committed an offence and I am very ashamed of my action. However, I assure you that it was a genuine mistake and I sincerely apologise for this incident. I would also like to bring into your notice that I am a full time university student (Course name-health related course) part of (associations), and employed which requires a clean criminal record and if this matter is taken into court, my educational and employment career will be affected severely. I am a law abiding citizen [ no you are not - you should have known it was not right to use it] and I have never been involved any transport or other offences in my life solely because I am aware of the consequences of having a criminal record. I am ready to pay the fine imposed by TFL [tfl don't impose fines - you need to express you wish to pay any equivient monetary level] and any other reasonable cost incurred in order to preserve your good name by resolving this matter without court action. I have learnt my mistake and would like to reassure you that I will be careful from now onwards and I won’t repeat the same mistake again. My future is in your hand and I request that my statement may also be given a weight and due consideration. [ don't like that last sentence ] Your co-operation will be highly appreciated. What do you think guys?? Is it ok? Need to send it by tomorrow!!!
  7. Thank you very much. That's what I was thinking by mentioning that particular point could help me. So tonight after work i'll post what i'll write to tfl and please feel free to make amendments if needed.
  8. Hi guys, I just want to know whether the tfl will give more time to write a letter? I am going to be honest last weekend i have started work 10-7 which takes hour and half to get there and monday-tuesday i was at hospital 9-5 for work experience. I completely forgot about it and i admit its my mistake and 2 good days to write a letter. Even right now I just came from work and will finish late tomorrow as well. Monday is the last day, anything can be done to get more time? One more thing my sister said she read online that if you mention criminal record and how it may affect my studies/employment, it can get worse for me? Is that true? Should i mention it or not?
  9. Thanks alot for the info I'll try to type a letter asap and post it up here.
  10. I just want to say that i did wear my brother trousers and used his card. That is the truth, so should i mention it or not? Also the officer who noted all the details, i told him this as well and he wrote it down on a piece of paper.... Thank you for your help.
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