Wallet System is a Rip Off I decided to take the train from a different nearby station today due to a schedule issue and found that I couldn't pay for my parking space using my existing wallet. I had to create a new wallet for the new location and had to fund it with a minimum of $20. Since I may never park in this location again (this was a one time thing) it basically means I am forced to pay $20 for a parking spot that should only cost $1.25. Calling this a "wallet" is misleading and I see this scheme as a money grab.
Worked the first two times, but the third time I got a parking ticket and have not had any luck getting in touch with the help line. Though the reply says to contact their support email, they basically just replied to that email saying they cannot do anything and gave me yet another (local?) email to contact, who of course has yet to reply. Big time runaround.
Eh I'm really not sure why this app needs permission to access my pictures, contacts, phone logs, etc...so shifty and shady!! On multiple occasions I've pulled up two meters that have the passport parking sticker and information for the spot, only to have the app and then the operator at the company tell me that the parking space is not valid in their system.
Great idea Poor execution. Often have to restart to use. Always asks me if I'm handicapped.
Almost Screwed Me Had just started using it in Asheville when, after a trip to lunch, noticed it wasn't working. I had paid for an hour and when I returned to my car the app said I had 20 minutes left but meter was reading expired. I double checked the lot and space numbers, all was correct. Think I'll just pay the old fashioned way vice rolling the dice with this app. Developers say it doesn't show up on the meter, just the officer's meter. This overlooks the human error factor. Say I end up in court, what proof do I have?
Was working great, until this month. Now i get an error message about wifi connection and doesn't work
Minor bug fixes.