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  1. Thank you for putting my mind at ease. I have scrolled through a few other threads and have seen some users recommending that you should send RLP a letter stating that you deny any liability to RLP or any company they represent. Should I do this?
  2. Hi, I'm aware that this thread is well over a year old, but I'd like to know what happened? Did they continue to send letters or did they switch to emailing?
  3. Thank you so much for your response, it has put my mind at ease. Just another quick question - because I did not have my picture taken by the security guard, will they use a still CCTV footage of my face to log that I am banned? When I was in the back room with the man, he showed me a book full of banned peoples' faces (very briefly) that looked to have been taken on a professional camera, not from CCTV. I have most definitely learnt from my mistake and will not shoplift again.
  4. A few weeks ago I had a moment of madness and thought I could get away with shoplifting a £6 nail polish from Boots. I didn't even make it out of the store before a man in casual clothing calmly told me to follow him to the back room. From there I returned the product (in a sellable condition) and gave him my name and address. No picture, bank details, phone number etc was taken. Police were not involved either. I was told that I was banned from that particular store for a year and that I should be expecting a letter from RLP soon. I left the store and that was that. I received my first letter a week ago and from reading around this particular topic, I know not to be stupid enough to give RLP any money. However, I am curious to know when RLP eventually give up and stop sending letters. As I'm currently at uni (I'm 19) the letters are being sent to my mum's house and I won't be travelling back home soon for a few months anyway. Any help is appreicated!
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