BOB47 Posted July 19, 2005 Report Share Posted July 19, 2005 Someone e-mailed this to me. Does anyone know if it's true? Sounds to easy to be true. > > >I can't vouch for this information, just passing it on. It's "interesting".> > > > > > >'Traffic Ticket Information (not that any of you need >this, but just in case!!) > > > > > What to do if you get a traffic ticket. > > > > > > > >Remember, this advice was supposedly sent by a retired State > > > Farm Agent! > > > > > > > >This system has been tried and it works in every > > > state. If you get a > > > speeding ticket or went through a red light or > > > whatever the case may be, and you're > > > going to get points on your license, this is a > > > method to ensure that you DO NOT > > > get the points. > > > > > > > >When you get your fine, send in a check to pay >for > > > it. If the fine is $79.00 > > > make the check out for $82.00 or some small amount > > > over the fine. The system > > > will then have to send you back a check for the > > > difference, however here is > > > the trick. > > > > > > > >DO NOT CASH THE REFUND CHECK! 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. The > > > system has received its > > > money and is satisfied and will no longer bother > > > you. This information comes > > > from an unmentionable computer company that sets >up > > > the standard databases used > > > by every state. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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