The credit card or debit card charge TSGN LONDON NW1 GB was first spotted on September 30, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 76 users, 44 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen TSGN LONDON NW1 GB on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

Charge Information

Merchant Thameslink Great Northern (edit)
Website http://www.thameslinkrailway.com/ (edit)
Phone Number 03450264700 (edit)
Category Click to Add (edit)
Description Train Company (edit)
Phone Number

What people are saying...

Gareth S on September 02, 2015

TSGN is Thameslink, Southern & Great Northern. It is for train tickets including Oyster cards.

Andrew D on April 11, 2017

In my case it was an Oyster Card topup at a machine using a credit card

Zehra Raza on July 12, 2017

Got a charge for £30 on my debit card statement today, saying I used the card at TSGN London N22 GB. Have not been near a train today and definitely did not make this payment. 100% fraud.

Ian T on July 17, 2017

When I saw TSGN on my statement I was suspicious as I did not recognise it. Then realised my wife had taken the train from Bedford to Brighton on the date of the transaction and it ties in.

annemarie on November 26, 2017

slightly panicked as hadn't remembered making this transaction but thought about it and realised it was my oyster top up, came out 3 days later then the day i topped up. legitimate

Jean Clarke on July 31, 2018

I was suspicious when I saw TSGN had taken £30 from my account. My statement said it was a train company but I knew I had not booked any train tickets that week. so googled TSGN and remembered that I had renewed my Senior Network Card that day so all was well.

Predrag on April 03, 2019

I have use my bank account to pay, because with £1,90 the barriers not let me inn! And for two stations they charge me £5, from Elstree&Borenhamwood to Hendon Station!!! Rediculous

Seesaw on July 12, 2019

Charge showed a day after date of travel but tallies with the cost of a train ticket

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