WinIt: New iPhone App Fights Parking Tickets In NYC

New York City issues millions of dollars in parking violations every year. In 2014, NYC parking tickets totaled approximately $546 million, but many of those fines are issued wrongfully. However, most people cannot take the time and effort to contest a parking ticket violation, even if they think they received the ticket in error, so they just pay. Now, there is a new iPhone app that will fight the parking ticket for you. WinIt is a startup that has developed an easy-to-use mobile app that allows customers to dispute parking tickets.

The WinIt Parking Ticket Dispute Process

iPhone users simply have to download the free mobile app from the App Store and use it to take a photo of their parking ticket. WinIt then uses a team of seasoned parking ticket experts who have been fighting parking ticket violations for years. The team will then contest the ticket on their behalf in court. If their experts need additional information or evidence, they will get in contact with the user.

Fees Associated with the iPhone App

One of the most appealing features of this service is that the user never pays any fees up front, and submitting the NYC parking ticket is completely free. If WinIt does dispute the parking ticket and wins, then the user pays 50% of the original fine amount for this service. If the user is found guilty of the parking ticket violation, then the user can either pay the fine directly or WinIt will pay the parking ticket on the user’s behalf. If the user is found guilty, he or she will have an extra 30 days to pay the fine without additional fees.

Users who are considering this service should download the mobile app and submit their parking ticket as soon as possible. The city may charge a penalty fee if the parking ticket violation is not addressed within 30 days. Before paying your parking ticket, let WinIt contest the ticket on your behalf. It is your right to contest the ticket. Let us Win It for you!

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