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  1. I haven't provided a forwarding address - not much to forward there - but I do have contact details for my old address and can ask to access any mail if it has been kept and not resent. I understand better now the rules of the Railcard tickets, however surely it seems slightly unfair to punish/prosecute rather harshly those that have a railcard and forget it once in a while. I understand that the process is to stop people from taking advantage of the system, and getting unwarranted discounts. But for those that have actually paid for that railcard and can eventually prove it, such extrem
  2. The address on my railcard is actually not my current one, its my previous one. I got the railcard in Aug 2011 valid till Aug 2012, and moved to uni in September 2011. I have no family so was was renting previously rather than living in a 'home' address.
  3. Hi there, I'm looking for someone to help me if possible. I was on a journey on a First Great Western Train from Reading to Plymouth, on a ticket bought online, one month return and discounted for a Young Person's Railcard (YPR) The Train Manager asked to see the tickets and YPR; I looked from my YPR and couldn't find it, so he gave me a fine of 140£ for the journey. HOWEVER, 30 minutes later I found my YPR and was trying to find the train manager to give it to him, but had to get off the train as I had arrived to my destination. I immediately went to the ticket office, who tried th
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