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Phone app pays people £10 to snitch on illegally parked cars - Telegraph.co.uk

A private car park company is offering £10 to users who take photos of illegally parked cars on private land through a new app. UK Car Park Management, which runs car parks for the likes of Tesco and McDonalds, has launched an app that automatically ...and more »

Controversial phone app pays £10 if you snap an illegally-parked car - Motoring Research

A new phone app promises a £10 commission for photographing illegally-parked cars on private land. Anyone with the UK Car Park Management app can snap a picture of car parked without permission, then earn a fee if a ticket is issued. UK Car Park ...and more »

How to get £10 for taking snaps of badly parked cars - Liverpool Echo

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UK app pays people for reporting illegally parked cars - TechSpot

Being a traffic enforcement official can't be the easiest of professions. But in the UK, one parking firm wants people to do the job themselves, and is even offering cash rewards to those who report illegally parked cars. UK Car Park Management (CPM ...and more »

Would you report an illegally parked driver for £10? New ticketing app pays users for photos - ITV News

A new phone app is offering money to people willing to become amateur parking wardens. The private car park enforcement firm CPM is offering £10 to users who submit a photo of a car and its number plate that is parked on private property through its i ...and more »

There's an app that pays you to snitch on asshole parkers - The Next Web

Parking in most cities is a scarce commodity. There's nothing worse than circling the lot outside the supermarket, only to see that the last spot has been occupied by one-fifth of someone's Audi. Let's face it, it's always fucking Audi drivers. In the ...and more »

"Appalling" snoopers who use app to shop motorists to parking firm in return for £10 'could face court' - Mirror.co.uk

Snoopers who use a new mobile phone app to shop motorists to a private car parking firm in return for a tenner could be dragged to court to give evidence. That is the warning from a top lawyer specialising in motoring charges after the Mirror revealed ...and more »

The app that turns us all into informants: Snap a photo of an illegally parked car and you'll be paid a TENNER - Daily Mail

UK Car Parking Management is teaching people how to set up no-parking zones; Company issues DIY signs that the users put up then take photos of offenders; Parking firm then uses DVLA to send £65 fine then sends user the £10 reward; RAC spokesman today ...and more »

New app will pay you £10 to snitch on drivers who park illegally - Digital Spy

As annoying as people parking illegally are, we're not quite sure how to feel about this new app that lets you snitch on them. The app, which is made by parking firm UK Car Park Management, claims to offer users a tenner to discreetly snap drivers ...and more »

'Snitch' app pays you £10 to take a picture of drivers who park illegally - Metro

All you have to do is take a picture of the car and its number plate, send it to the company and then collect the fee when it is paid. The company UK Car Park Management (CPM), which boasts of operating car parks for McDonalds, Halfords, Tesco, is ...and more »