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  1. Hi, I will copy and paste the exact email I sent to them: Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing in reply to the letter I received today regarding my journey on Wednesday 13th June 2018. I was advised by the TfL officer at ____ to write this to explain my situation. I travelled on the 10:55am train from ___ to ___ on 13/06/18. I was in a rush to board the train, and hence I quickly tapped my Oyster card and continued, but since the station is open, without barriers, there was nothing to alert me that my Oyster card did not have enough money on it, except the different sound, which I did
  2. i got the letter today informing me that tfl intend to prosecute and i can either plead guilty and not come to court , plead not guilty and come to court or plead not guilty and attend a trial. They have charged me with the following: On (date), you did enter a compulsory ticket area without having with you a valid ticket. Contrary to byelaw 17 (1) of the Transport for London Railway Byelaws Made under Paragraph 26 of schedule 11 to the greater london authority act 1999 and confirmed under section 67 of the transport Act 1962. The situation was that when i tapped my oyster card
  3. I will certainly do so but thought that as biochem was already sharing his experience with everyone, perhaps he would so kind enough to just clarify the issue.
  4. Hi Biochem. Can I please ask you whether your solicitor disregarded completion of the Form (in which you only had 3 options - clearly none of them satisfactory) altogether and just wrote another plea letter to TFL? I have received a similar letter for using my oyster card without sufficient funds? Any further guidance would be appreciated.
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