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Thank you for the question. What was the fine your received in relation to?
If you could provide me with the intonation you have then I can have a look at the issue for you. Thank you.
Can you give me more intonation about what you have been fined for as it may depend on how it is perceived. I can also advise on the merits of future employment travel etc. to help you.
Thank you that makes more sense to me now. I didn't quite understand it was a train ticket. To be honest with you, I would fight it and not just pay the money. You attempted to do the right thing but were not able to and so therefore you should not be punished. There are also grounds that this is not an enforceable amount they are asking for. However, to put your mind at ease, this would not constitute a criminal record, it is simply a civil matter. Even if it did then it is unlikely non-payment of a ticket would prohibit your from obtaining employment or impose any travel restrictions. It is entirely up to you if you wish to pay this, however, I would advise fighting it even if it means going to court yourself as this is not fair that you were being punished when you were unable to purchase a ticket in the first instance.
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