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Cited Offers Smartphone Users a New Way to Contest Parking and Citations
Cited is a new way for smartphone owners to contest parking and violations. Through the Cited app, users simply take a photo of their citation and it will be contested by a team of seasoned attorneys for a mere 20% of the citation cost.
Smartphone users account for 61% of the worlds' population and offering a solution to parking citations takes the limitations of their devices to new boundaries. Cited provides smartphone users the ability to contest their parking citations in three taps. Contracting attorneys in each city of its release, Cited offers users the best legal defense for citations submitted through the app. Cited offers their service risk-free, stating that "if your violation is not successfully dismissed, Cited will waive the 20% fee."
Cited has opened its Beta involvement program to the public and is currently accepting registration for access to the app; users will be invited to join on a first come, first serve basis. Cited is also expanding its reach, starting with an initial release in Los Angeles and is currently contracting Attorneys in Chicago, New York, Miami, and Southern California. Cited will be released for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in the coming weeks, with plans to support BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices in the future.
Cited is a way to revolutionize drivers contesting parking and traffic violations. By providing users a mobile solution and a no-risk guarantee, there is no reason to pay another citation again.
Cited is a mobile application company based out of Los Angeles, CA. It offers smartphone users a revolutionary way to contest parking and traffic citations through the use of a mobile app.