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  1. A long story! My brother was accosted whilst in a Morrison’s supermarket & accused of shoplifting,on 12th March 2018 (since this, I witnessed at least 4 people doing the same thing as my brother) We made an in store complaint in a record book as no manager present, I then complained via their website & email & also to the Liverpool Echo over his treatment as my brother is a very ill man due to pancreatic cancer, Morrison’s supermarkets Plc have stated to a reporter with the Liverpool Echo " They have said that your brother is a known shoplifter to the store and on th
  2. Hi, around a month ago, I was caught swapping over a pair of jeans in the changing rooms. . stupid thing to do I know. The police were called and they gave me a 'caution', I signed a piece of paper to say I will pay the RLP 'fine' even though the police man didn't have a clue what it was, signed to say I'm banned from primark and to apologise. I've looked online and realised it wasn't an formal caution as I would of have to of been taken to the police station for this. (Sorry have no clue about these things) but that wasn't explained to me. Before I left, I changed out
  3. Hello everyone, i've basically been taking chocolate from tesco at the self checkout over the past few months (paying for most) but taking a few on the side...I have an eating disorder which I am getting help for but this is just a manifestation of that :/ Anyway I was stopped by security today, and they found I had not paid for £20 worth of chocolate but had bought everything else. The police were not involved, but Ive been banned from the shop and security took my club card details and said they would be sending me a fine in the next 4-6 weeks, which if i did not pay i would be take
  4. It has often been said on here that a claimant cannot claim the above interest if the action is brought under the remit of the CCA. Well section 69 certainly does not say that. Now I know people will say yes but look here The County Courts (Interest on Judgment Debts) Order 1991 This appears however to relate to section 74 of the 1984 act not 69 am I missing something here???
  5. Hi, 3 days ago I were detained for "an offence of theft". I left the store (a Debenhams) with a small perfume bottle + watch in my pocket. I'know that i have done a big mistake in my life I can't deny. 2 men along with a security officer was outside and brought me inside a small room .They took the products back and they threatened me of calling police and finally they asked my ID (I'm not english, I'm from another country in EU), asked me for proof of identification ,I gave my DL and they took my EU address and asked me to sign the papers.I said them a correct addr
  6. The other day myself and 2 colleagues were shopping and as we left the store one of us got stopped and it transpires she had stolen a packet of sweets. She claims she wasn't taken into an office and was dealt with in the shop floor. The police were not called but the store manager said he would inform our employer as he had a duty of care due to the hysterical state she was in. The security guard also allegedly stated that he knew all 3 of us had been taking things. The next day we were all summons to head office as the sore manager had phoned our employer
  7. When i was 14 years old, i got caught shop lifting from tk maxx. They took me into a back room and took down my name, address and other details. The police well called and dropped me outside of my home with a document explaining what had happened. Then i got a letter in the post for a £40 fine, i paid it and nothing else has happened. A couple of years later ( now ) i was thinking will this be on my record and stop me from getting a job ?
  8. wE ARE CUSTOMERS OF POPULAR SUPER STORE IN ENGLAND FOR LAST 3 YEARS. MY WIFE WAS SHOPPING IN THE STORE THIS MORNING HAD A CHAT WITH SOME ONE THEN SHE MISTAKENLY LEFT THE STORE AUTOMATIC DOORS BUT SHE TURN AROUND BECAUSE SHE RELISED THAT SHE NEVER PAY FOR THE ITEMS. SAME TIME THE SECURITY GUY WAS STANDING BY HER & TOOK HER INSIDE WITH THE ITEMS. SHE TOLD THE STAFF THAT THIS HAS BEEN A HUMAN ERROR & SHE IS READY TO PAY FOR THE ITEMS. BUT THE SECURITY GUY WAS REFUCED TO LET HER TALK. THEY TOOK THE MONEY OUT OF HER CARD & GOT HER PERSONAL DETAI
  9. Hello I went through a very short phase (not even a month) of shoplifting, mainly out of necessity (or so I thought at the time), due to lack of income and food, which very soon escalated to stealing anything, whether I needed it or not. I would feel so bad about it when I got home, I would donate my stolen goods to the charity shops in my area. I was so wreckless, that I would blatently steal whilst people or cameras were watching me. I have now been referred to a Psychologist, whom I see regularly, and realise why I went through that phase, but am still terri
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