Thanga Balaji

by Thanga Balaji Govindaraj
(206,hotel frydenland,Fredriskberg,denmark)

Hi,


It was on 17.05.2016(Tuesday) I traveled from lautrupbjerg to Malmparken in evening around 4.30 to 5.00 CET in 55E. I lost my travel pass some where . It was valid upto july 8th 2016. without it am facing lot of difficulties . can you help me in getting it back . it would be a great help :)

Thanks and regards,
Thanga Balaji G
+45- 31 87 19 51

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by: Charlie

you need to contact DSB at the main train station - I can not issue you a new card - or contact them via their website www.dsb.dk

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