First seen April 08, 2014. Last updated on October 26, 2018.
The credit card charge "PURCHASE WEBTIS LONDON SE1 GBR" was first submitted to our database on April 08, 2014. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.
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Online purhase of train tickets from Southeastern
WebTIS is the website booking software used by a large number of train operating companies. As the purchase was for a train trip, this is not a fraudulent or suspicious transaction.
WEBTIS, is short for Web Ticket Issuing System, a centralised ticketing system used by a consortium of train companies, who appear to have pooled their resources together in order to get economies of scale, the Name of WEBTIS was probably derived from the old Rail Industry Term for a Standard Ticket Machine called APTIS, as used in the days of British Rail/Railtrack.
£166 was charged to my Amex card - fraud. Hadn't bought any rail tickets [within the last month]. I spotted the transaction 10 mins into the date that the alleged transaction took place! [on the 'pending' section of the Amex website]. Amex took care of it, but beware GTR Webtis everyone! Obviously there is some breach of security within this company - affects those who have bought a rail ticket online once, somewhere.
£116 charged to my Amex card on 24th October - also fraud. Spotted on 25th October, no longer as pending. Reported to Amex who have reported as disputed transaction. I have never used the GTR website nor purchased a ticket from one of their machines.