Hi, my partner who is a Gold Card holder recently went to purchase a £1 partner card from our local station, presenting the serving member of staff with an application form with my mother's details on it as the card was intended for her. However, the member of staff paid no attention to the form and simply issued a card with no name printed in the 'issued to' field. The card does have the number of my partner's Gold Card written in ink on the back. We are now contemplating the implications of this. Provided that the back of the card is signed as is required by the terms and conditions, is it possible that my mother and my father might both be able to use the card? Should I take the absence of a printed name, along with the absence of the requirement for an accompanying photocard, to be an indication that nobody is too concerned as to whether this card is shared? Are guards/ticket inspectors/revenue protection officers likely to notice or be bothered by the lack of a printed name? Many thanks for any insight.