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  1. what is the worst case scenario for me in this case? i'm so worried could i go prison?
  2. Dear Sir or Madam, I would like to apologize profusely for my actions in this occasion. I have pride in my integrity and honesty and I feel extremely ashamed of my very poor judgement. I am currently working full-time. Previously to making this unethical decision I was going through a dark time in my life dealing with depression and financial difficulties. Which thus led me to making this foolish mistake. I live with my parents and I financially support them as my step father and myself are the sole income earners of the family. We both take care of my mother who deals with severe depression. A criminal record on my part would be devastating for me and my family as it would affect my current employment. And or even future employment/opportunities. This is the first caution or notice to prosecute that I have received in my life. Up until this point I have been a law-abiding citizen. I am very stressed in this situation as I have made a very grave mistake and I promise to never do anything like this ever again. I deeply regret my actions and would like to take a moment to apologize to TFL and it’s employee’s for my mishap. As I stated before I have never been in a situation like this ever in my life. I know it was my mistake and I am very sorry. I truly had no idea it was such a grave crime until I received your letter stating possible prosecution. I have no previous convictions to my name as I have been a productive member of society in the UK so far. I have made a very bad mistake on my end that has kept me awake and tearful. I’m currently having anxiety at work and home just thinking about receiving a prosecution. I would be very grateful if you would give me a second chance to right my wrongs. I am more than willing to make immediate payment to cover the unpaid fare and any other damage or administration costs I have caused I truly appreciate your consideration in this matter
  3. this is the letter i wrote, if possible please correct any areas and help me improve it thanks tfl letter.docx
  4. yes i bought it off someone on Instagram he took his page down and i have no contact details of him i was referred to him by a friend
  5. I'm not 100% sure how many times it's been used but i think I've been using it for about 6 to 7 months
  6. hi there, a few days ago i was caught on the bus with a fake 16+ oyster card by the inspector, she took my details and said tfl will contact me. i was dumb enough to get someone to apply for a 16+ oyster card for me after listening to a friend. i really regret this and read a few threads about it. I've received the letter from tfl yesterday asking me to explain why i didn't have a valid ticket. what do i do can someone please help? I'm really stressed about this, could i go prison? could i get a criminal record, this would be my first offence if i get prosecuted. what's the worst case scenario that can happen?
  7. I'm in the same situation i received the letter to explain why i didn't have a valid ticket i don't know what to do can someone help me please?
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