Interstellar Factor contacts are generally found in systems with low security. To identify systems with an Interstellar Factor, open the Galaxy Map and set it to map mode. Then, select "Services" from the drop-down menu and check "Interstellar Factors". Systems with stations that have an Interstellar Factor contact will show up as a green dot. via
Where is my nearest material trader? (video)
Why can't I pay my bounty elite dangerous?
You can't pay off bounties or dormant bounties. You used to be able to, but they changed how all of that works quite a while ago. A dormant bounty will only matter in jurisdictions controlled by that faction; if a system authority ship scans you the dormant bounty goes activate and you are wanted. via
How do I pay off bounty elite dangerous?
THE ONLY WAY to get rid of bounties as of the latest ED version (27.03. 2018) is to pay them using Interstellar Factors - found under the "contacts" tab in stations. Use your Galaxy map to find those, they are under "Services". With Interstellar Factors you can pay any bounty in any system - including fines. via
Where can I find a security officer elite dangerous?
They are in the contacts section of the station menu, usually the one at top left of the grid where you go to cash bounties. You also find the one who deals in combat bonds there as well as Search and Rescue, Black Market, Materials traders and Interstellar Factors. via
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Where are the interstellar factors in elite?
Interstellar Factor contacts are generally found in systems with low security. To identify systems with an Interstellar Factor, open the Galaxy Map and set it to map mode. Then, select "Services" from the drop-down menu and check "Interstellar Factors". via
Why can't I turn myself in elite dangerous?
You have to be logged in for the notoriety to decay. Once it's back to zero, then you can pay off or turn in. via
Do bounties expire elite dangerous?
Fines and bounties never expire, unlike previous implementations of crime systems in the game. via
Is Elite dangerous free?
Experience unpredictable encounters with players from around the world in Elite Dangerous' vast, massively multiplayer space. You will need to register a free Elite Dangerous account with Frontier to play the game. via
How do you pay fines in elite?
You can repay your fine at any station that the issuing faction controls (so make sure you check you are going to a station that the faction controls by checking in the system map) at any point. If you are destroyed, you still need to pay your fines. via
How do I find my bounty elite dangerous? (video)
Does Skyrim bounty go away?
Can I ever get rid of bounty completely? Yes, you can travel to each hold you have a bounty in and pay off the bounty or serve jail time. Is there a way to kill all the guards in a hold, or do they continuously respawn? You can't kill every guard in a hold, they simply respawn. via
How do you lose wanted status in elite dangerous?
To clear the "wanted" tag you must pay the bounty. You can do this by docking at any space station and going to Contacts -> Pilot's Federation. If you are currently docked, this is easy. via
How do I get rid of legal issues in elite dangerous?
Make sure you go in the ship that has legal issues, pay an extra fee to clear anything outstanding. Or just turn yourself in, head to the faction you p'd off, they'll send you to a detention center. via
How long does notoriety last elite dangerous?
Second, a criminal pilot can simply avoid system security scans and bounty hunters and wait, since Notoriety will decay on its own at the rate of one point every two hours of active game time, even while docked at a station; decay will pause if the player exits the game, and resume upon re-entering the game. via
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How do you get a permit for Sol?
Access to Sol is restricted, and requires a permit that can only be obtained by achieving the Federal Navy rank of Petty Officer. Olympus Village on Mars has served as the political and financial centre of the Federation since the 24th century. via