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  1. silverfox1961, and first of all thank you for your quick reply. Indeed, I live at home with my parents and they don't know any about this, i managed to get the letter before they did (LUCK!!) you recommand that I send them a letter saying that I refuse that they contact my parents, but then my boyfriend has a flat, so should I put his adress on the letter so that they send letters to this adress instead of mine,so that my parents don't know about it? Because what I mean is if I only tell them not to send letters to my parents, they will still send letters at my home,which is actually as if they were sending it to my parents.
  2. Hi silverfox1961, and first of all thank you for your quick reply. Indeed, I live at home with my parents and they don't know any about this, i managed to get the letter before they did (LUCK!!) you recommand that I send them a letter saying that I refuse that they contact my parents, but then my boyfriend has a flat, so should I put his adress so that they send letters to this adress instead of mine so that my parents don't know about it? Because what I mean is if I only tell them not to send letters to my parents, they will still send letters at my home, which is actually as if they were sending it to my parents. hello citizenB, yes it is an update on my original situation!
  3. Hello everyone, I'm back on the forum since my last post on August: ''We are both 16. Even though, we bought some stuffs (3items) the security obviously got us. I have the Algerian/dutch nationality so he used to be like 'if you can't talk to me in Arabic,than I will only let your boyfriend leave'. we gave our ID, gave the items that we have stolen, they took a picture, and then he asked us our email address saying that if our parents aren't checking on it, then we're lucky because they won't know about it. No police were called, and as we were alone in England, he let us leave without a 18 year old person.'' I just got the letter, and I wanted to know if some of you could help me with any advice? I learnt that we musn't pay the fine, mine is of 180pounds. May I post the letter on the forum for you to have more informations? Thank you to all the amazing people always trying to help others with silly mistakes they've done.. Ps: Sorry for my english mistakes as well, i'm a french citizen but i'm trying to do my best though!
  4. A big mistake. Right, because with all of what I have read, no one ever had an email instead of a letter. Thank you again rebel11, so nice of you helping!
  5. They'd kill me! Alright. And do you have any idea of why they asked us our email adresses?
  6. Thank you dx100uk, but I just don't get how his parents didn't know considering that rlp sent letters to his adress which is also his parents adress?
  7. Hi rebel11 Thank you so much for replying!! I got what you said. I gave the security my parents adress, which is on my ID, considering that I am 16 I didn't have the choice. So would you have any idea of something I could do so that my parents will not know? Thank you again for answering, this is so nice of you.
  8. Hello dx100uk, Thank you for your reply! Alright, but then I have read somewhere that letters are not adressed to parents, and that they won't know unless you don't pay etc. .but is that possible when you are under 18 that your parents dont know about it? Yes, I'd like a look at this case if you can find it! And I get it, I don't have to pay rlp. Thank you again
  9. Hello everyone, I have already read quite a lot of things here, and I have seen that everyone is trying to help as best as they can, and I was just amazed by that. I'd like to apologize if there are some things that you don't understand, I am french, just trying to do my best. two days ago I stole 3items from Primark in Picadilly with my boyfriend. I know how bad it is, and how I should have thought about that before doing that stupid thing. It was the first time I ever steal and same for my boyfriend. We are both 16. Even though, we bought some stuffs (3items) the security obviously got us. I have the Algerian/dutch nationality so he used to be like 'if you can't talk to me in Arabic, than I will only let your boyfriend leave'. we gave our ID, gave the items that we have stolen, they took a picture, and then he asked us our email address saying that if our parents aren't checking on it, then we're lucky because they won't know about it. No police were called, and as we were alone in England, he let us leave without a 18 year old person. Now, I have different questions: Would it be a letter? Or could it be an email as well? I know that what we've done was so so wrong, and we'll just never do it again. But the thing is, my parents just CANT know at all. I should have think about that before, right. Also I read that we don't have to pay the fine etc, but if we pay it, would they only send one letter? I know that I shouldn't pay for that, but I'd just like to think about something else, because I feel so ashamed and guilty about it even if I deserve it. Thank you to all the people trying to help me, thank you a lot..
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