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  1. I’ve been stupid and was caught shoplifting in Sainsburys and looking for some advice. I’ve searched the forum for similar situations, but I still have a few questions. I was taken to the back office office and asked for my name, DOB and address. I didn’t want to give them photo ID so showed them my bank card. They appeared to just look at it to confirm my name and didn’t take any photocopies of it as far as I’m aware. I was very compliant, stayed calm, handed over the items immediately (very low cost: less than £9 in total which I then paid in full before leaving).
  2. I got a NTK through the post today. Attached is the NTK and sat view of the layout. The entrance ANPR camera is before any car park signs, It does not say whether the driver was parked in the actual car park or on the forecourt. Street view shows the signs, I am unable to get a picture of the sign without a drive into London to get there. https://goo.gl/maps/yh1ehnDVUsR2 For PCN's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement 27/09/2018 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days
  3. Hi all, I resigned from my part-time job in Sainsbury's on 4th June 2018 for theft of Nectar points on the till, i.e. crediting my Nectar card with £110 worth of points. I was in absolute bits when I was hauled in and questioned over it because it was only then that it hit me, although at the time of course I knew what I was doing. I was a genuine dickhead for doing what I did because he was a decent manager and I abused his trust. At first the store manager wasn't sympathetic and alluded to the fact that police might be involved. However later on because of the dates (I had be
  4. Hi, I have done something wrong today , I was try steal something from Sainsburys which was cost £9 I don’t know why... they recognise. Ask me to pay for that , which I have done , they give me a ban and leave shop, they take my address date of birth, and full name . I can’t pop this story - which I not think to back again.. I feel like bad..now , What’s can be happen next ? Do I can use any different Sainsbury’s or they everywhere will have my picture from CCTV? What should I do now, I say sorry , I don’t know what I was thinking... pleas
  5. Hi peeps Sainsbury’s / Lloyd’s cca sent back. I won’t scan the rest up ( I don’t think I need too ) it’s just freshly printed reconstituted version. This defaulted back in 2009 Card was WELL before 2007 I guess it’s just Bog roll ? They sent back the cca postal order (£1) Thanks everyone Scan 19 May 18 R.pdf
  6. Hi Firstly I am extremely upset/embarrassed by my son's behaviour - but I am trying to be practical in this post..... My 15yo son was caught shoplifting in our Sainsbury's Local this morning He was stopped by a shop assistant as he had put packs on condoms (!) in his pocket. He was stopped by the sandwich section near the door. My son admitted to nothing, nor made any excuses. Just handed the packs back. The store assistant took his name, address and mobile number, and said he was calling the police (he made a call, there and then at the till, and then bragged
  7. Just checking but there is a 'tick' for one year's card care and they charged me £12 back in 2003 - can I claim using the PPI spreadsheet as it is typed in so they put that in and not me because my details are handwritten. Given the length of time I have no idea if I agreed to this (which after all is the point, right)
  8. Hi there, I’m having sleepless nights with worry About 2 weeks ago, I went through a self check out and bought 2 things, one of the things was under my arm as I was on the phone at the time. I forgot to pay for it (no sarcasm please) I left the store, showing how innocent I am, I was stood looking in the window of the holiday shop next door browsing at the offers, the security guard approched me and said you hadn’t paid for an item I went back in store, paid for the item, apologised about 8 times. I paid for the item then he said can you come with me,
  9. Why does it cost more to pay by a non direct debit payment, I mean what extra work is required to say paying by a standing order ?.
  10. Hi I was caught shoplifting items worth about £7 in my local sainsbury's about a month ago. I was taken into the back, barred for life from all sainsbury's. They wouldn't let me pay for the items and just took it off me. I got the standard ban letter with the bit about my details being passed on to 3rd party recovery. They took my address, however I told them to send letters to my London address (I am a student), as they could contact me quicker, and I dont want my parents to see the letters. However I think they took my home address that is on my ID aswell. I was told I would be '
  11. Hello everyone I hope someone can give me some advice, I am a loss as to what I can do. In February I went to purchase my prescription and do a bit of shopping at a local Sainsbury's supermarket. Whilst at the pharmacy counter I noticed there were some avocados in a clear bag left by the side of the counter. I took this to mean someone had changed their mind and decided not to purchase them. I thought just what I had been looking for. I took the avocados (2) along with the rest of my shopping and proceeded to go to a cashier at the check out who scanned all my items and took paymen
  12. Hi, I'm a new user here. I was caught stealing 4 items worth £1 each from Sainsbury's. This is my first time shoplifting (I'm obviously not very good at it) and it will be my last as I'm completely in pieces about it, and I have learned my lesson but I won't go into all that. They issued me with a letter saying that I'm BANNED from ALL Sainsbury's stores FOR LIFE. They didn't pass my details on to the police, and I'm grateful for that. I can't begin to explain how debilitating this is for me. I know I caused it myself, but I shop for my partner who can't lift. I
  13. Got caught in Sainsbury's for goods that amounted to around £5, was made to return the goods (in completely resalable condition) and was banned from stores and thought that would be it. However, now received a letter from DWF stating that I need to pay £150 for security costs however this was not disclosed at the time. I panicked and showed them my real ID with my mum's address as opposed to a student one/credit card, but they completely butchered my surname which is different from my mum's anyway if that helps? Just looking for some advice as I've read up on the forums saying to ignore t
  14. Had to walk home from Sainsbury's and leave my car in the petrol station. Nothing wrong with the car and I haven't broken any laws. I filled the car with petrol and went to pay using my debit card as usual. Transaction didn't go through due to a problem with the internet. I was told to go to the cash machnines to draw the cash to pay for the petrol. The Sainsbury's cash machines were also not working. I walked over to the Asda cash machines and they weren't working either. Being unable to pay for the petrol I was not allowed to take my car from the
  15. Hi there folks. Im new to this forum and in dire need of some support. Im a guy in my mid 30s. Around 10 months ago, I seperated from my partner of 11 years and 3 kids. I've been going through a hard and very emotional time and the doctor has prescribed me with anti-depressants to help me to deal with anxiety and some bad thoughts but have recently been turning a bit of a corner I feel. I spent 8 months living with some relatives and the kids were coming to stay with me. Needless to say that this was the hardest time I've ever went through in my life. I b
  16. Hi, I received a letter from horizon parking about 4 months ago saying that I had overstayed in the car park by about 7/8 hours, I wrote to them to appeal saying that I had not stayed that long when I had actually gone in earlier in the morning then came back in the afternoon as well I don't think the camera caught me going out or back in only caught me coming in the morning and going out in the evening it looked like I had stayed for the full time there. They asked me for receipts to prove I had been in but who actually keeps receipts. I aske
  17. Help! My partner's received a notice through for overstaying the two hour parking period (by 33 mins,) which has recently changed from three hours (but has been signposted). We stopped for a brew first and then went clothes shopping - I do have a receipt for there for around £120 worth of clothes and we were genuinely in there so should we appeal? Info as follows: 1 Date of the infringement - 14th May 2 Date on the NTK - 18th May 3 Date received - not sure, we've just got back from Holiday and it was here when we arrived 4 Does the NTK mention
  18. First time post folks - so please go easy. I'm fairly certain I was mis-sold PPI on a credit card I held for 10 years with Sainsbury's Bank. I settled the balance in full in 2013 and duly shredded all the paperwork and destroyed the card. I've contacted Sainsbury's asking them about the PPI but they are saying that they can find no record of me on their system. Given that I've destroyed all paperwork, I'm kind of at a loss what to do next. What I do have is cheque stubs with the dates of payment over the years, but as they seem to be fobbing me off, what's the best plan? An
  19. I recently got into debt with Sainsbury's Credit Card. The debt was for £1280. I also had another credit card i needed to pay off, anyway, when i was transferring the money, I got the amount mixed up and ended up paying £2240 into my sainsbury's account via BACs. I have spoken to Sainsbury's and they have now told me that the debt was moved to Westcot, who i phoned, however they said the debt hasn't come across and I need to speak to Sainsbury's recovery team, which i did after I could see the wrong amount on my online Sainsbury's account 24 hours after the payment. They said they couldn
  20. I'm new here so not sure if I'm posting this in the right place. I need some advice please regarding two old debts. One is a CCA debt, a loan originally taken out with Sainsbury's Bank well over ten years ago now. We defaulted on this loan around 2008 I think. Sainsbury's started court proceedings and wanted an order for sale of our house to which I responded that we had other creditors so it was unfair to them. I got advice from a credit counselling service and she said to offer token payments to all creditors. A few years back we received a letter from
  21. Hi Need advice please, with Sainsburys for gas and elec. After a fiasco with Scottish Power where we were over £1000 in credit, due to wrong billing we moved to Sainsbury Energy who have admitted they should have taken £50 + £80 per month from us. A total of approx £130. They took £59 !! Because of delay in changeover of gas - they couldn't find they were taking £50 for elec and £9 for gas - they have admitted this fault - and said Sorry . Now we are over £830 in debt, and they want £250 per month for 12 months to clear debt, or pay £830 off to s
  22. Hi So any of you have the address for claiming PPI from Sainsbury's Credit Card please I have the SAR, done the spreadsheet and the CQ all I need now is the address to send it to Many thanks
  23. Hi, Really can't seem to get any further with this... In January I started looking round to change my energy supplier, as EDF had nearly doubled my DD just before Christmas. Eventually, I subscribed to the Cheap Energy Club on MSE, which were having an auction in order to get cheaper costs for their members. In February (can't remember the exact date) I completed the online application to change suppliers to Sainsbury's Energy. I received confirmation from Sainsbury on or around 20th February, along with terms and conditions. A couple of days later, I received anothe
  24. To summarise, stay away from them, absolute rubbish customer service. Usual story - current supplier's plan coming to an end, comparison sites show Sainsbury's as cheapest option so despite previous run ins with British Gas I sign up. Order is confirmed, all details correct, they will contact me for meter readings in due course. Didn't hear another word until a neighbour brings round a letter addressed to me at her address about the direct debit. After first accusing me of putting in the wrong address, they eventually concede that it was their error but say it doesn't matter because
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