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“NYC Pay or Dispute” is New York City’s official mobile app to securely pay or dispute parking and camera violations. You will be able to do the following:
· Pay tickets by credit or debit card or through your bank account (eCheck). No Fee applies when paid using eCheck.
· Dispute a ticket immediately using your device’s camera to upload evidence.
· Search ticket(s) using violation or license plate numbers.
· Save tickets you have previously searched for.
· Save license plates and billing information on your device.
· View payment history by ticket or license plate numbers.
· View dispute history by ticket or license plate numbers.
· Receive receipts by email and/or text.

What’s New

Version 3.0

PayPal and Venmo support
Minor Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
246.6K Ratings

246.6K Ratings

Mama DMS ,

No more excuses!

99.9% of the time someone Receive the ticket it’s for just cause. I’ve had my fair share of New York City tickets given to me. I’ve always deserve them and a lot of times I would either not pay them or pay late either way the fine would increase with penalties. That’s just the truth. I just got a ticket near the Dakota in New York City on the morning of the race I was to have in Central Park. I was running late and I didn’t have anywhere to park except for 72nd St. It was a 50-50 shot whether or not I was going to get a ticket and I figured either way I need to make my race on time. Sure enough I came back had a ticket on my car and understood that was the penalty however it was also very grateful I had the money to pay it. But I have to say I wasn’t expecting an app. That’s as long as I’ve had a ticket before this one. The app is super easy I paid it within seconds before the ticket was even entered in the system and now no matter what I already know and have peace of mind that my ticket is paid for I won’t have enough penalties and I’m 100% now in the clear. Very happy to have an app where when I do make a mistake I can pay for my mistake and be done with it on a matter of hours. Thanks much!

bronx church disputer ,

Review of disputing a ticket.

I submitted a dispute according to specifications and instructions offered on the ticket ,within the 14 days allotted on the ticket. I received in the mail an Impending Default Judgement for $30 more. When I looked on the sight offered it said that my hearing was past and I was found guilty. I never received a reply to my dispute submission and defense. I didn’t receive any notification as to why my submission was rejected and why I was found guilty. It just seems like a money grab ,and not designed to be a fair process where those who do respond via the sites given are alerted to the results of the hearing. What is sent is another punitive notification for more money. Please make changes to be fair to all in this process. Thank you.

OJ Brooklyn ,

One costly glitch, but otherwise a convenient app

I generally enjoy and appreciate using this app. It keeps things really simple and quick! However one time I submitted a dispute for a ticket (issued on a religious holiday when parking rules were suspended, so I was 100% in the right, and it was the officer’s mistake in issuing the ticket, and normally the ticket would definitely be dropped after I’d dispute it — parking cops have made this mistake before, it’s NBD) however there was an app glitch and I couldn’t tell if it went through or not. The particular parking ticket listed on the app would always glitch, so I check in every week and it was still unclear if my dispute went through or not, and I couldn’t edit ourThe particular parking ticket listed on the app would always glitch, so I check in every week and it was still unclear if my dispute went through or not, and I couldn’t edit our altar, or even pay it (if I had actually wanted to). This eventually led to a double fine,, because the city had no record of me issuing my dispute. So I am out over $125 for this problem because of the app… but outside of that one instance this app has been great.

App Privacy

The developer, NYC Department of Finance, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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