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  1. This topic was closed on 03/05/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support their. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. Looks like my thread was hijacked by trainspotters! A programme about tfl, buses and trains, glad the license fee is being spent on high quality informative programming. Nonetheless, I received a letter from FCC yesterday saying they're willing to settle the matter if I pay £54.10, the fare + £50 admin costs. Obviously pleased with this outcome as it keeps it out of the courts and no criminal record, i guess they took the circumstances and the fact it was my first offence in 3.5 years of travel in London using Oyster. Thanks for your help all and good luck in you search for Routem
  3. Thanks, is there a time limit on when they have to provide the letter? Don't want to be sat around for weeks waiting for the letter to drop on the mat!
  4. Hi all, I was cautioned this morning for fare evasion after failing to tap in (due to running for a late train) and tap out (held card on reader and walked through after another passenger, not realising oyster had not registered). I was cautioned, with all the various details being taken and I've been told that a letter will follow in the post and I'm assuming a prosecution for evasion. Reason I'm a bit more concerned is that I was issued with a penalty notice of £20 a few weeks ago after being let through a barrier by a guard when my card didn't read properly and failing to tou
  5. I can't post links as I don't have 10 posts or more, case can be found on the PATAS list of appeals, Ref: 211055173A Hopefully this helps.
  6. Hello, This is just a quick note to say that based on my upheld appeal that was assessed by PATAS on 4th Nov 2011 regarding the YBJ at Archway/Jackson's Lane, the junction has been deemed as non compliant as it has not been maintained appropriately. The yellow lines are so faded that it is not possible to see the end of the box at the point of entry. My appeal was upheld on this point despite the fact that I entered and stopped in the junction when the route was not clear. As far as I know this sets a precedent and potentially means that any ticket issued by TfL in the past month (or
  7. i144.photobucket.com/albums/r162/jimmyharris80/img003.jpg i144.photobucket.com/albums/r162/jimmyharris80/img004.jpg just as http:/ in front to see images, cheers.
  8. For some reason I am unable to post links to the high-res PCN I have scanned and hosted on Photobucket. The attached images are poor quality so it's not possible to see the pictures
  9. Hi All, I've received a PCN through from TFL stating that I entered and stopped in a box junction. I honestly do not remember doing this intentionally and due to the layout of the junction believe there will no doubt be mitigating factors. Basically traffic and buses merge in from the left (as you may be able to see from teh second picture) so it is quite possible to enter the box when the outside lane appears it will carry on moving, then a bus or car will cut across and block the exit and the right hand lane will stop. It would be really helpful if anyone could suggest a cour
  10. BankFodder, I've sent you a PM regarding this letter, I have no problems with photocopying it and sending it over. NO digital fax facility at work annoyingly! For info... Barclays Ref Number for the letter is: 000A2TE1 It was sent on 13th January 2006 If you need anything else please let me know.
  11. Here are copies of the letter sent to Barclays as well as the reply letter received from them offering full settlement of charges totalling 200 + interest. Hope this is of assistance to anyone currently in dispute with Barclays. If you have any questions regarding the contents of these letters or anything else you feel I may be able to help with please PM me. Regards James Letter sent to Barclays: Head of Current Accounts Barclays Bank Plc 72 St James Street Burnley BB11 1NH Penalty & unfair charges request for refund for Miss R. Markham, sort code XX-
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