Good evening all, I have recently received a prosecution letter from GA, offering me the opportunity to explain my version of events. Your advice would be greatly appreciated as I am currently in a panic! Earlier in the year, I was stopped by a barrier attendant as the expiry date had worn off the front of my season ticket (old paper ticket). He asked I follow him which I did happily as I was convinced my ticket did not expire until the next day, the 19th. I explained this to the staff and they went off to check. It turns out that my ticket had in fact expired two days previously. I had been showing the ticket to the guard at the wheelchair/pushchair gate for a while now (perhaps 2 weeks) as I didn’t think anything of it stopping working. I had experienced this with my previous ticket (they’re known for it as they get older). I also didn’t think it was worth renewing it for the sake of a few days as I intended to renew my annual on the 19th. I have held an annual ticket for three years now and have an email from a while prior to being stopped with the season ticket team at my company again saying my ticket expired on the 19th and that I want to renew it. I cooperated fully with the Greater Anglia team and made no attempt to conceal who I was or what had happened. I am kicking myself as this was genuinely a case of recalling the expiry wrong, as the email with work and my openness prove. I have never knowingly travelled without a ticket and have never had any issues with Greater Anglia or anything like this previously. What would be your advice? The man was saying I can be prosecuted with fraud which petrified me. I’m not sure I explained that brilliantly so let me know if anything isn’t clear. Thanks again!