Today I bought a weekly season ticket at a machine at Huntingdon rail station (to kings Cross). I was in a mega rush so I guessed my Railcard number. I always remember the first three letters, and I admit I guessed at the last 4 numbers. It was paid for on a bank card, not cash, and I received the ticket and the receipt. I rushed to my train - wish I hadn't bother as the tube strike made my life hell! A ticket inspector checked my ticket on the way to Kings Cross station - not a bother. Came home earlier, and about 3 minutes out of Huntingdon train station an inspector was checking tickets again. I showed my ticket and he checked the railcard number. It was different by the last 4 digits... my bad guess! He took my ticket and railcard off me, and we ended up with him filling in the form on the station platform as I needed to get off the train at Huntingdon. He never once asked to see the receipt, nor the card that I paid for it with, nor was he interested in me and hm going to the office to swap things out and make it correct. Nope he cautioned me, and wrote down what I said, in that it was an honest mistake and he can check my bank card and receipt. Finally I was given the chance to sign against what he wrote down as my statement. I signed it... I was so furious I can't believe I didn't swear once! I reiterated that if I was being fraudulent then why would I offer to show all the evidence. He was such a jobsworth but had no interest in my side of things. This was a good 'collar' to him obviously. I was given a tiny slip of paper from the bottom of the form he completed and was told that the Prosecutions Dept would be in touch! I am now left with no ticket, no railcard - nothing but a really bad mood! :-x So what is the charge here? The 'Inspector' never told me what I was being prosecuted for. Looking at Great Northern's Website, this doesn't fit with any of their prosecution types listed. I would really appreciate any feedback as to what will happen next and what course of action I may have with this. Can I email the prosecution team in advance?