MSE News: Millions of Londoners using unregistered Oyster cards - here's why you should register...

edited 9 April 2018 at 12:48PM in Public Transport & Cycling
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edited 9 April 2018 at 12:48PM in Public Transport & Cycling
Millions of Londoners risk not being able to get a refund if their Oyster card is lost or stolen as they haven't registered it to their online account...
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'Millions of Londoners using unregistered Oyster cards - here's why you should register yours'
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  • michaelsmichaels Forumite
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    This message brought to you by the anti-terror unit.
    I think....
  • Paul_DNAPPaul_DNAP Forumite
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    Keep your name out of it unless you absolutely have to, it is one less big business that will be able to sell off your personal details to the highest bidder without your knowing.
    (Although I could be wrong, I often am.)
  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    "What do you want?"

    "Information!"

    No. 2 would be so proud of TFL.
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    How little I know.!! ;)
  • jon81ukjon81uk Forumite
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    Paul_DNAP wrote: »
    Keep your name out of it unless you absolutely have to, it is one less big business that will be able to sell off your personal details to the highest bidder without your knowing.
    and this is why the EU brought in the General Data Protection Regulations. Has to be clearly set out what they need the information for and have a clear opt-in for marketing and sharing of information.
    Unless you have evidence of data being sold on?
  • and this is why the EU brought in the General Data Protection Regulations. Has to be clearly set out what they need the information for and have a clear opt-in for marketing and sharing of information.
    Unless you have evidence of data being sold on?

    Yup; but what about information that is 'hacked', 'stolen' or '...left on a bus...'?
  • This message brought to you by the anti-terror unit.

    What a dreadful cynic! ...... Need far more of us :beer:
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