Fight Traffic Tickets


Fight Traffic Tickets Scam: How It Works

There is a massive infusion of fake online ads these days promoting a 'Fight Traffic Tickets' campaign. Imagine this scenario: You've just got a traffic ticket, which doesn't make you too happy. However, as you're browsing the Internet you come across an ad for a service that might solve your problem. Lucky you! The ad has a title such as: "Don't let them get away with your money!" or "97% dismissal rate".

As you click on it to find more information, you get trasnferred to a website that gives more details about how they are going to help. You might see "We will fight for you so you don't have to pay that ticket! We'll get it cancelled" and get excited. The webpage has great testimonials from former 'clients' as well. You decide to give it a shot by paying a small fee.

The bad news that your ticket will never get cancelled. Scammers just create fake two-page websites and make victims pay online. With the advancement of the technology – easy Internet transactions, merchant accounts, PayPal, etc. – criminals just take advantage of naive people who owe hundreds of dollars in fines.


Fight Traffic Tickets Scam: How To Avoid

You are the only one who can fight your ticket, not somebody else. If you claim is legitimate, you can go by yourself to the court and challenge the fine. You may even use mobile apps that help you fight traffic tickets these days too, but first do your homework.

Look for reviews online, on forums, or on websites like Quora. Don't believe the testimonials listed on the scammers' websites. And next time don't speed, run the red light, or park illegally! 


Fight Traffic Tickets Scam: How To Report

Warn your family and friends about the Fight Traffic Ticket Scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report scammers or any kind of questionable practices to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

Report To The FTC Here


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