If your parking meter fails to text you when your time has run out you still may have some hope of not having to pay it thanks to Parkingticket.com. Parkingticket.com today announced the full compatibility of its online service with the Safari web browser on the Apple iPhone, enabling an iPhone user to immediately contest a parking ticket the moment it is issued.
The iPhone, combined with its versatile camera, revolutionizes the way people can now fight back against predatory ticketing using the parkingticket.com website.
“Imagine, you come back to your car from dinner and find a ticket on your windshield and you were positive you had parked legally. Now, without even leaving the scene, you can use your iPhone and begin to fight your ticket. You react instantly to a ticket using your iPhone,”
explains Glen Bolofsky, President of parkingticket.com.
Fight A Parking Ticket
The process begins by navigating the iPhone’s Safari browser to the parkingticket.com website where you’ll find a straightforward means to fight a parking ticket; whether the ticket was issued in New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia or Washington, D.C. Simply register for a free account and choose the city in which the ticket was issued. Enter your ticket and vehicle details then answer a few quick questions.
The detailed process takes about ten minutes, from A-Z. To allow easy entry of your ticket, a look-a-like parking ticket is displayed – for your specific city – with interactive functionality.
Thanks to iPhone’s camera, parkingticket.com suggests the recipient snap lots of photos including the actual sign, a full perspective of the entire street showing all the signs, and the actual street address of where the ticket was issued.
“Multiple photos can help you win the case,”
Bonus If It Doesn’t Work
To have parkingticket.com prepare a guaranteed dismissal request letter, customers post 50 percent of the fine amount at the onset of the process. If parkingticket.com is successful in assisting you in getting the ticket dismissed, then the upfront deposit is retained by parkingticket.com. If, after a hearing, the parking ticket fine is reduced rather than dismissed, parkingticket.com retains half of the amount you saved and refunds the balance.
After the hearings take place if parkingticket.com is unsuccessful in getting the ticket dismissed or reduced they will not only refund the posted payment but also pay you an additional $10.00 just for trying! So, now, iPhone users will get paid to fight their tickets if they are not dismissed or reduced.
“We are so confident in our service, we will pay a $10.00 bonus to every customer if all the steps are followed and the ticket is not dismissed or reduced,”