On average, London public transport is delayed by two million hours per month, but thanks to this website it is easy to compensate for an unsuccessful trip.
Every year the London Underground makes over 105 million passenger trips, and delays, unfortunately, are an integral part of its work.
For example, last year on Victoria Line there were 91 incidents, which led to delays in the metro for more than 2 minutes. It is followed by Bakerloo Line - 80 incidents, Jubilee Line - 69, then Central Line and Northern Line - 44 and 43 respectively.
The good news is that if the delay occurs due to a signal failure, path failures, train breakdown, etc., you can get compensation.
Customers affected by any failure or cancellation of a trip can return their money at the TfL online payment page after registering and creating an account. But in order to apply, you need to register, find your trip and send a request that will be processed within 28 days.
These difficulties can be avoided thanks to a new website Reeclaim, which promises to fight for your failed or untimely trip. The service will automatically send a request for a refund for the ticket.