The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld three complaints against the website paylondoncongestion.co.uk and ordered the website to make changes. Transport for London claims 1,000 people a day are falling for unofficial websites which levy a £6 premium.
TfL Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy is writing to Google demanding adverts are removed from dodgy sites.
In October last year, Boris Johnson called the unofficial sites a "a scam", adding, "surely it's illegal?". Read the story in full here.
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