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How do I contact Ircas?

How do I contact Ircas?

To make such a request either contact the train operating company or IRCAS in writing at IRCAS, Regus, Building 1000 Lakeside, Western Road, Portsmouth, PO6 3EZ or [email protected]

Who is Ircas?

IRCAS brings independence to customers and valuable auditing, reporting and processing to businesses. As a privately-owned company, providing services to the Transport Industry we are governed by the Department for Transport and comply with all legislation set by them.

How do I appeal Ircas?

Appeals must be put in writing and cannot be made by telephone or in person. Appeals can be made online from Make an Appeal by selecting the ‘Make an Appeal’ option. You may also download an appeal form for postal purposes. You may upload documents to your appeal if using the website.

What is an unpaid fare notice?

Unpaid Fare Notices What is an Unpaid Fare Notice? This is a travel document showing details of the journey and the fare which should have been paid. This gives you permission to travel and pay the fare within 21 days. You will be given a copy of this and it summarises all the relevant information.

What happens if you don’t pay a train fine UK?

If you travel on the railway with the intent of avoiding paying the fare then you may be prosecuted under criminal law. The current maximum penalty upon conviction is a £1,000 fine and/or three months imprisonment.

What happens if I don’t pay my penalty fare?

What happens next? If you have been issued an Unpaid Fare or a Penalty Fare Notice, you must either pay or appeal within 21 days. If you were interviewed under caution, a report will be sent to our Prosecutions Department; who will review the facts and then contact you in writing.

Is it a criminal Offence to not pay train fare?

Typically penalty fares are incurred by passengers failing to purchase a ticket before travelling or by purchasing an incorrect ticket which does not cover their whole journey. Penalty fares are a civil debt, not a fine, and a person whose penalty fare is paid is not considered to have committed a criminal offence.

What happens if you refuse to pay a train ticket?

The current penalty is either: £20. twice the appropriate fare from the station where you started your journey to either the next station at which the train stops or the station you leave the train, whichever is the greater amount.

Can you get a criminal record for not paying train fare?

Is a TfL fine a criminal record?

No. All TfL ticketing offences are ‘strict liability’. This means that intention is irrelevant and you may be guilty simply by the fact you did not have a valid ticket.

Is train fare evasion a criminal offence?

Will I get a Criminal Record for Fare Evasion? If you were to plead guilty at court or to be found guilty after a trial, this is a criminal conviction.

How to contact ircas customer service (as)?

0870 067 1303 Email us here For Appeals Service (AS) click here For Appeals Service (AS) click here MENU Toggle navigation Home About IRCAS Penalty Fares Unpaid Fares Failure to Purchase Notice Make a Payment Help and Support FAQs Documents and Links Contact IRCAS HOW TO MAKE A PAYMENT

Can I speak to a human on ircas website?

Hi all, if anybody has ever used the IRCAS website you will find that the only telephone number that they give you is an automated service and gives you no option to speak to a human being and under certain situations you may need to speak to a human. I think its disgraceful that they give you no option to speak to a human.

What forms of payment can I make to ircas?

All major credit and debit cards accepted, excluding American Express. Alternatively, you may post cheques or postal orders to IRCAS, PO Box 212, Petersfield GU32 9BQ. Please ensure that you make your Cheque or Postal Order payable to IRCAS and that you write your Penalty Notice reference number on the reverse.

What can ircas do for me?

IRCAS, work on behalf of the Rail Operating Companies to administer letters when there is an outstanding balance. If a balance remains outstanding IRCAS may refer a case for external Debt Collection, or to the issuing company to consider for prosecution. What if I want to make a complaint about the Revenue Inspector?