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OKLAHOMA -- I recently had a opportunity to have Tix Nix go to court for me on a CDL speeding ticet, not only did it take for ever with no good resolve, it ended up costing me double the fine plus 500.00 for their SERVICES. I say a waste of time and MONEY!!
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MRM on 12/31/2006:
I've never heard of a service that fixes traffic tickets.
Exactly what is your dispute in your traffic violation.
Anonymous on 12/31/2006:
Yeah, what are the details here?
tnchuck100 on 12/31/2006:
Let me assure you, there is no legitimate business that can "fix tickets". Any business that professes to do this is a scam!
tnchuck100 on 12/31/2006:
I just checked TixNix. It appears to be nothing more than an attorney referral service.

From TixNix: "TixNix is not a law firm and, accordingly, cannot and does not provide legal services or advice."
lilbuzzbuzz on 01/01/2007:
I am the post e and this was an attourney that went to court ty
lilbuzzbuzz on 01/01/2007:
Tix Nix Then why did you take my 800.00 dollars?
lilbuzzbuzz on 01/01/2007:
I just say to consumers go to the site and see for yourself what they claim tixnix.com
Anonymous on 01/02/2007:
Implicit in the logician’s project were the assumptions that meaning is based on truth and reference, that the mind is independent of the body, that reasoning is independent of the mind (logic exists in a world of its own, regardless of whether somebody uses it or not), and all minds use the same reasoning system.
lilbuzzbuzz on 01/04/2007:
Lidman, your screen name suits itself
kla_austria on 05/02/2007:
I tried TixNix for a ticket in Texas. They linked me to a non-local (still in Texas) attorney who nonetheless accepted the case. The ticket was in what I believe to be an illegal speed trap, as a small town drops the speed limit down by 10 mph for about 1/3 of a mile. They they sit there and hand out tickets, apparently to pay for their new town hall (a massive building for a small town).

Using TixNix, I got little information on the case until things were actually closed. I ended up paying exactly the same amount, but the attorney tried to make it sound like they had helped my by obtaining a "Deferred Disposition". As it turns out, this is available to anyone and they didn't seem to have done anything other than what I could have done myself. Since I also had to pay TixNix for the 'services', it turns out to be as waste of money for routine traffic offenses.

Save your money!
lilbuzzbuzz on 05/03/2007:
Hey LIDMAN DITTO on your screen name
purethanol on 05/22/2008:
TIXNIX IS A SCAM!!! Some dumb cop pulled me over telling me I was going 85mph when I was going less than 70mph. I was in school and I was crunched on time and I could not drive to Nowhere, Tx to go to court. So I tried TixNix. Big mistake! They say free this and that but those are lies. I had to pay 250$ up front before they even did anything. I thought that the 250$ would be the end of it. WRONG! I had to pay the original fine of 195$ as well, had 3 months probation and had to take defensive driving. That sounds familiar. Oh yeah! CAUSE THAT WAS WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED IF I WENT TO COURT MYSELF! THEY WOULD OFFER ME THE SAME DAMN THING! What the hell did they do with my 250$?? NOTHING! WHY? Because after I followed all the instructions, the ticket was still on my damn record! I am super pissed off at Tixnix! Enough to kill them if I could get my hands on them and their lousy attorneys. PLEASE PEOPLE DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!
dmassie on 06/25/2008:
As a co-founder of TixNix, I can assure you that the site is not a scam. We receive hundreds of ticket inquiries each day and our 600+ attorney network is able to handle most with a high level of client satisfaction.

That said, there are a few things to realize:

1) TixNix is not a law firm. Rather, our customers (traffic ticket attorneys) use our software and marketing services to manage their leads and customers.

2) We rely on your feedback and our dispute mediation process to solve the types of issues that are mentioned above. Since we have no direct control over these attorneys, this piece of critical for us to weed out attorneys that provide a poor service.

3) Most of the time, the intention is to keep a speeding ticket or infraction off of your record. This has the effect of keeping insurance premiums down. Insurance premiums can be the biggest cost to a driver that gets a speeding ticket. However, since these fees are usually spread out across 36-60 months, many drivers don't take it into consideration...which is a mistake. Further, it is rare that courts give up your fine unless a major mistake has occurred. In many counties, traffic ticket fine revenue makes up a significant portion of their budget. Yes, this is a hidden form of taxation. Accordingly, having the infraction not go on your record in exchange for paying the full or slightly reduced fine is a positive outcome for many.

I appreciate this forum and hope that you can provide a positive critique of this service.

ConcernedUser on 01/28/2009:
You may want to consider a rating system in which consumers can view before they select an attorney so that way they can base their picks based on other consumers testimonies or ratings put in place by other consumers.

Consumers would not be able to rate an attorney until the case is resolved and TixNix should send out automated follow-up e-mails to see if the case is still ongoing and if not, solicit the consumer to rate the latest attorney used by them.

If the case is still unresolved then it should be TixNix's responsibility to follow-up with the attorney to make sure everything is being done ethically.

This in turn would yield for much more favorable comments of TixNix and leave less blame against TixNix.

Anyhow, look to PayPal, eBay, Amazon and a whole host of other eCommerce sites for ideas on how to go about implementing a rating system of the attorney's used.
dmassie on 12/27/2009:
Drivers who use TixNix are given the opportunity to provide feedback on the attorneys in our network. Further, we rank all attorneys along 2 distinct ranking mechanisms, each composed of 5 components. These data is not publicly facing, but is critical to how we run our business.

We are only several years old and are adding new functionality each week to improve our service. That said, not every user of TixNix is completely satisfied. We do not have full control over our attorneys and they are free to charge what they charge. We do, however, take feedback and rankings VERY seriously.

Accordingly, it is a bit off the point to call TixNix a scam when you have a disappointing interaction with an attorney. We make many people happy on a daily basis.

Lastly, most of the complaints about TixNix that you find on the Internet are the result of one or two attorneys that no longer work with us.

We are not a scam, we mean well and we offer a valuable service to many drivers.

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