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(42)    How to get the Computer to Ignore Your Vehicle Violation---Not!!!

Message From a Friend on “ How to Fix a Ticket” 

Just thought I would share this with you, as you know I work in
the ticket enforcement division and in the course of my investigation  into fines, their payment methods, and how points are assessed against drivers licenses" we discovered something very interesting.

If You Get A Traffic Ticket, This has been tried and it works.....

I tried to send this to everyone I know. I know that for a fact

this works so if you ever get in this situation, you have an out.

We discovered that this procedure works in every state. Read it

and try it, you have nothing to lose but the points on your


This is how it works:

If you get a speeding ticket or went through a red light or
whatever the case may be, and you are going to get points on your license, then there is a method to ensure that you DO NOT get any points.

When you get your fine, send in the check to pay for it and if

the  fine is say, $79, then make the check out for $82 or some

small amount over the fine. The system will then have to send you back a check for the difference, but here is the trick!



Throw it away!! Points are not assessed to your license until all financial transactions are complete. If you do not cash the check, then the transactions are NOT complete. However, the system has gotten its  money and is happy and will not bother you any more.

This information came to  our attention from a very reliable computer  company that sets up the standard database used by each states'


Good luck and share this with all your friends and other family

members, as well!!!

      Ticket Enforcement Division


  ( This hoax is older than the internet.  If you get a number verifying your

   payment, the ticket is cancelled and processed.  You can also do this on

   line with a credit card.  The California DMV reports receiving over $100,000

   from people overpaying their traffic fines each year.  I wonder if they really

   made an error, or thought the above was true. )


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