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  1. T TFL's response to my letter: Dear Mr ------. Thank you for your email, we have read and noted your comments. On [DATE] you attempted to travel from [LOCATION] station. At about 06.58am you entered through the way in barriers using a pass which activated the gate line monitors. When you were initially approached you produced a bank card for inspection, when this was checked it had not been used. You then produced a Disabled persons Freedom Pass that did not belong to you and you were not entitled to use it. Further investigation carried out b
  2. No name no. The letter I have at the moment is court letter so nothing really from tfl other than the email address
  3. There is a email but it is general and I'd have to state my case number etc.. I'm worried the proper letter won't get to them so I'm not sure
  4. I have called tfl and asked for a address where I can send a letter to by post and they gave me one for "appeal purposes". Do you guys think I should send the letter via post then maybe 2 days after send the same one via email? Or should I just do one. If so which one?
  5. I don't have a good excuse for using it so many times other than it was poor judgement on my behalf and it was completely a stupid mistake. Should I say this or just leave it out?
  6. Hi @dx100uk @act0145 or any other following, Could you please give me some feedback in regards to this letter I am looking to send to TFL soon. Anything I should add, remove or change ... Much appreciated guys.
  7. As my current work place also requires me to have a clean background I contacted my companys HR to send me a letter which proves that. So that I can include it with my email to tfl that a record will lead to me loosing my job. HR said they will look into this and see if they can provide such letter. So awaiting that right now
  8. Just thought to double check as I never got that letter you mentioned. I'm guessing letter is better than email but should I do both? (or does that make it confusing) Just want to absolutely make sure it does get in their hands.
  9. Thanks for the quick response, Just slightly confused. The attachment you mention I never received however I did receive a large letter with all the court information asking me to fill in all the relevant information to send off (as shown attached). I'm guessing these are different and I should still send my letter to "SE1 8NJ" rather than the court letter I currently have "SW111JU" Thanks for your time
  10. When you say "do it right" could you elaborate on what you mean? Is this regarding the letter to tfl to settle out of court?
  11. Thanks for the help! I am planning on writing up a letter to send to tfl to try and settle out of court (as it seems to be the only way to avoid getting a record) Should I send an email or letter to them and if so is there a specific address I should send to? I am worried I send the letter to a wrong department and it doesn't get considered/read at all. Thanks
  12. Hi All, Although I have seen some similar threads on here I thought ill create a new one as I seek advice tailored to this scenario so please do hear me out.. I have received a letter to attend a Magistrates' Court for the following charge: "That you on [Date] at [Location] 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."
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