The story of how envelopes containing cash arrived먹튀검증 at the Seoul Transportation Corporation and the Seoul Metropolitan Government along with letters apologizing for not paying subway and bus fares honestly several years ago became known belatedly. Judging from the contents of the letter and handwriting, it is presumed that they are the same person.
According to the Seoul Transportation Corporation on the 31st, an anonymous handwritten letter arrived on the 9th addressed to the Fund Team of the Corporation’s Finance Department.
The letter said, “Years ago, I used the Seoul subway without paying the fare honestly,” and added, “I want to make up for my mistake. It was written, “I am truly sorry.”
The envelope also contained 250,000 won in cash. It is presumed that this is due to subway fares that were not properly paid in the past and surcharges due to illegal riding. The surcharge for illegal riding must be paid in the amount of the fare for the section of riding and 30 times the fare.
A letter with the same content also arrived from the Seoul City Bus Policy and Bus Operation Team on the 7th.
The letter also said, “Years ago, I used the Seoul City bus fare without paying the fare honestly,” and added, “I want to make up for my mistake. It was written, “I am truly sorry.”
This letter also contained five 50,000 won bills. The 250,000 won in cash sent by the passenger was delivered to the Bus Association (Transportation Revenue Joint Management Company Council) and deposited into the cooperative’s account on the 17th.
Jo Jang-woo, chairman of the Seoul Bus Transportation Association, said, “Although it is a difficult time for everyone as bus fares have increased for the first time in eight years during the era of high inflation, we are grateful to the citizens who paid unpaid bus fares in the past,” and added, “We will provide better services.” “We will strive to become a city bus that accompanies citizens.”