All the answers to your questions.
WinIt is the #1 app to help you easily dispute and manage your parking tickets issued within the 5 boroughs of NYC.
Simply take a picture of your ticket, scan your barcode, or submit your license plate information and WinIt will take it from there.
Once we receive your ticket, our experts will review the violation and schedule a hearing to contest it. We will keep you updated on the status of your ticket via email.
We have partnered with seasoned NYC ticket specialists, who have been disputing thousands of NYC parking tickets for years. Our experts have helped clients save over $250 million in parking ticket fines over the last 20 years.
It is not required that you have an image of the ticket itself, however, we do suggest you submit the original copy if it is in your possession. If you do not have the physical copy of your NYC parking ticket, you will still be able to submit your ticket within the app, without the image. Be advised that the 10-digit ticket ID number must be correct for our specialists to begin processing your ticket.
You are also able to submit an image of a pre-penalty notice, though please note, you will need to take a clear picture of the document, and the violation number must be visible.
If you are unsure of your tickets 10-digit violation number, please contact our customer support team, and they will assist you with the matter.
Please note that as part of our service, we notify our users whenever they have outstanding parking violations on the NYC Servers. You will be contacted via email whenever a new ticket relative to the plate information you have listed within the app is entered within the system of The NYC Department of Finance. Depending on your user registration, you may receive an SMS regarding the ticket as well.
This service is not a requirement and you will be able to unsubscribe at any time.
You won’t be charged unless your ticket is dismissed. Try WinIt risk free!
Submit your ticket for free. We’ll begin to dispute your ticket and you will only be charged if WinIt successfully dismisses your ticket. We charge a service fee equal to 50% of the amount due at the time we receive the court decision.
If your ticket is found guilty, you don’t owe WinIt for the dispute, but keep in mind that you will have to pay NYC Department of Finance. WinIt offers ticket payment processing services, which include a $2.99 service charge and 3% processing fee.
As Soon As Possible
The city may charge you a penalty fee if you don’t pay or dispute your ticket within 30 days of the infraction. To avourl the accrual of penalties, send us your ticket at least 7 business days prior to the 30 days deadline.
Please keep in mind that once we’ve submitted your ticket to court, the penalty cycle is placed on hold by the city until the hearing for your ticket is conducted.
You can always check the status of your ticket using the following link:
Remember, you can always check the status of your ticket by using this link: http://nycserv.nyc.gov/NYCServWeb/NYCSERVMain
If our experts take the ticket to court but could not dismiss the case, you will be required to pay NYC Department of Finance.
You have two options to pay:
If your ticket is successfully dismissed, you will be charged WinIt’s standard fee, equal 50% of the ticket amount within 24 hours of the status update.
If you elect to have your tickets’ payment processed, your ticket will be paurl using the payment information associated with your WinIt account within 24 to 48 hours. You will receive a receipt of payment from the NYC department of finance website once the payment is processed.
It’s important to note that once a hearing is scheduled for your ticket the penalty cycle is put on hold and you will not incur any additional late fees. If your ticket is found guilty, you will have 30 days from the hearing date to pay the ticket without incurring penalty.
If a ticket is not resolved, the following penalties accrue in addition to the original fine:
Once your ticket is submitted through the app, it is advised that you do not take any further action until you receive an update from our system.
We send automated emails as well as push notifications regarding the status of your ticket.
Pre-penalty notices sent by The Department of Finance are often automated mail responses. Unfortunately we cannot prevent you from receiving these notices.
As long as your ticket has a hearing scheduled or is paid within 30 days of the tickets’ issuance, you will not need to worry about this notice.
Again we strongly advise that you submit your ticket at least 7 business days before the 30 day limit. This provides our specialists with the time necessary to schedule a hearing for your ticket.
Once the ticket is sent to court, your status will be updated to Hearing Pending.
The duration of your tickets’ processing will depend on the type of violation you received and the hearing schedule provided by the city.
It typically takes 20 business days from the day you submit your ticket in the app until you receive a final decision from the court.
If you need to update your payment information, you can do so either:
If you submitted a ticket in error, or you would like to cancel the dispute of a ticket, please contact our customer support regarding the matter, and we will assist you in doing so.
It is considerably difficult to close a tickets’ case once the violation has been submitted to court. Please note that depending on how far along our specialists are in the process, your ticket may still be disputed as it would otherwise and can still be dismissed.
If your violation is found guilty, you will NOT be able to re-submit the ticket a second time for an appeal with WinIt. Our specialists will only be able to dispute your ticket once. If your ticket is guilty, we advise that you pay the fine to the city at your earliest convenience, within 30 days of the hearing date.
While it is technically possible to submit your ticket for appeal on your own, we do not advise that you do so. Our specialists have been disputing NYC Parking tickets for over 20 years, if your ticket was not dismissed, it is because the ticket was correctly issued. It is highly unlikely that an appeal will be successful.
In addition, please be aware that as per our terms and conditions, we are unable to provide traditional case details regarding any specific dispute.
A valid ticket is a NYC parking violation issued within the 5 boroughs that has not yet had a hearing and is within it’s 75-day limit, not in judgement.
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