Fair’s Not Fare For Medway

Don’t Miss Out – Claim Your Compensation

Thanks to pressure from the local Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Rochester and Strood Mark Reckless in association with the independent Fair’s Fare for Medway campaign we are happy to tell you that Southeastern are offering compensation to Medway commuters holding monthly or longer season tickets who were affected by the shutdown of Southeastern’s commuter services to and from London on 2nd February

How To Claim

To help you make sure you claim your compensation in time, Click Here to download Southeastern’s claim form (external link*).

Fill in the form with your details and return it to;

Southeastern Customer Services,
PO Box 63428,
London SE1P 5FD

Important – You will also need to enclose an original expired ticket or photocopy of your current ticket, and a photocopy of your photocard. Don’t forget to include these with your form!

All claims must be submitted by Tuesday 31st March 2009 so don’t put it off. It’s your money, make sure you don’t miss out!

*If you cannot view the form you may need to download and install Adobe reader onto your computer, and you can download it here for free

On Your Side

Mark Reckless believes that with the recession there is a good chance we can now persuade Southeastern to set CTRL fast service fares below the 35% premium proposed by Labour. Otherwise the service will fail because it will be unaffordable to Medway residents.

If elected as our Conservative MP Mark will also work to get the inflation plus 3% rises on standard fares cut back.

Angry commuter and http://www.medwayfaredeal.com/ founder Chris Irvine (pictured with Mark) responded:

“We are grateful for Mark’s support. People are already worried about staying in work and shouldn’t have to worry about getting to work.

We have all heard of Highway Robbery but this is Railway Robbery.”


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