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  1. Hey all, I’m still awaiting a response - really driving me sick from all the worry. How long do they normally take to respond after receiving the letter? is there anything else I can do?
  2. Hi BlueBulb, I am in a similar situation. I sent the letter to them 3 weeks ago with all the mitigating circumstances but haven’t heard anything back. Do you suggest anything else?
  3. Have you received the first letter from them?
  4. The reality is all the pressure from family has led me to using this pass to be able to help them financially. So the advice is to Wait and see what happens after the first letter?
  5. Hi CAG, First of all just want to say thank you for your time and any advice. I was caught a week ago using a freedom pass of a family member which I have used a total of 38 occasions over a month. When the revenue officer asked me which card I had used I took out my debit card and then he asked me again, which I then showed the pass. I was polite in the interaction and had apologised. I really wish I had not used it and I was clearly really naive and did not have any idea it would cause this much stress. In terms of mitigating circumstances, I work within healthcare and this would mean I lose my job, I have been under a lot of pressure from family since a serious sexual assault on a family member and my mental health has suffered. I have instructed a lawyer to respond to the initial letter and outline how it isn’t in public interest to prosecute and my mitigating circumstances. My question is, is there anything else I can do in the meantime? Does anyone have the prosecutions team direct number? Should I visit their head office to explain and grovel? Thank you in advance!
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