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  1. Without Prejudice We thank you for your communication of 7 November 2018 in response to our client’s claim. We have considered the points you have raised regarding the incident you were involved in and further reviewed and investigated the facts and matters presented by our client. In the particular circumstances of this case, and whilst otherwise reserving its position generally and considering the fact that you acknowledge your “mistake,” our client is willing, to not to pursue this matter further. Please be aware and be under no doubt, that if a similar incident occurs i
  2. An update on this: I received my letter from RLP yesterday, stating I had £150 to pay. I will attach a copy of this letter. To avoid the aggravation I considered paying the fine, however, decided on just trying them to see if they were understanding of my situation. The man I spoke to was actually surprisingly understanding and helpful, offering to call the store to see if they would be willing to drop the case all things considered (in addition to personal circumstances which led to the error I dropped a few references to the Oxford case and the fact that they could not go to
  3. Would speaking to the store manager help or not? Feel like the security guards had rather a large god complex and saw the situation as black and white which wasn’t the case. I dont particularly want the aggravation of receiving the letters requesting the money and debt letters and so on. I understand the basis of which RLP work, and why not to pay etc. But I’m my case where it was genuinely an accident and misunderstanding, is there no way to avoid them?
  4. They did use the word fine, when asked how much the fine would be he said “considerably more than the coat to be honest” They never mentioned RLP or Restitution
  5. Today I was caught accidentally stealing from primark. I tried on a coat which not uncommon for primark didn’t have the price tag attached, didn’t realise at the time that where I tried it on didn’t have a mirror and so I walked to the changing room where I tried on a couple of other things which I didn’t end up wanting. Coat not concealed, over my own bag or arm as not to drop it went to pay for other things. Replied to a message on my phone and forgot I had it over my arm, genuinely just exhausted from work and the gym and had a scatter brain moment, I was approached o
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