HICKSVILLE - Long Island Rail Road spokesman Joe Calderone says the agency plans to fix the botched tickets that hide a new refund fee under a stamp.

Attorney Kenneth Mollins says the LIRR can not legally charge customers because the fee was not clearly detailed in fine print on the tickets. Mollins says he plans to file a class action lawsuit against the railroad.

The LIRR says if you paid the $10 fee between January and now, it will consider reimbursing you the money if you still have the ticket stub.

Calderone also says in the near future, all tickets and vending machines will clearly spell out the $10 fee.