I-PASS Glitch Causes Unneeded Charges On Accounts

CHICAGO (CBS) — I-PASS users are being asked to check their accounts today after a software problem was found in the system.

The glitch caused users to incur unnecessary charges and refunds from the tollway on their credit and debit cards.

Tollway officials say about 5,000 I-PASS accounts have been affected.

The tollway is working to make sure I-PASS accounts have been correctly refunded.

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  • Vicky Kujawa

    No worries; January 1st they can take their iPass and……..

  • Joe Patroni

    I feel a lot safer on the Tollway than the so called “freeways” which are not free. The Tollway was ice and snow free and safe this morning, while other municipalities stuggled to get the roads clear. The Tollway was candid and upfront about the glitch; my computer is not perfect either.

  • franklin808

    The good thing is that a lot of people do not read these message boards and this software glitch will p[rovide much needed financincing for the tollway system.

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