Hi everyone, Sorry in advance for the long message. So here's the situation, I was caught skipping a fare on a cross country train from Wolverhampton to Stafford (running severely late, wrong I know but I'm rather new to computing and had been told I can buy on the train as a last resort but potentially be charged double) When the inspector came by I asked to buy a ticket, had my card out ready. But they decided I had tried to avoid entirely. I was told I'd have to be written up and asked for my details, and gave them, correctly. A letter has just arrived addressed to "Mr Ben Kay" (not my name, first name correct, second name reasonably close but no cigar, only the initial K is correct and is 1 letter too short) What should I do? My other half thinks I should reply saying there is no Mr Kay at this address? I will attach a picture of the letter. Thanks so much I'm advance! Ben.