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  1. Valproate banned without the pregnancy prevention programme READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/valproate-banned-without-the-pregnancy-prevention-programme
  2. Hi I am looking for some advice/information on behalf of my son. He has a small window cleaning business. He has also had learning difficulties all of his life, but gets by with a little (lot really!) of help from us. Every so often I check his bank account (Yes, I have his full knowledge and consent) to try and make sure he is managing his money OK and check for 'odd' transactions as he is quite susceptible to being [problem]med, basically he will sign up for anything anybody tells him to. I recently noticed a Direct Debit for £58.00 to a company called RCP Media. I a
  3. See attachment for full judgment A Retailer v Ms B and Ms K Approved Judgment 09.05.12.pdf
  4. Well it looks like that there is a another company which is now offering Retail Loss Prevention. It is very confusing. I wonder if they are part of Jackie's Retail Loss Prevention company or whether they are independent. Maybe Jackie's Retail Loss Prevention company is merely operating on a franchise from the parent company SINSO - http://sinsoretailsupport.com/?utm_expid=94136120-1.KQXYxP2ZRlmLrRrg2_kZaw.0&utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fsinsoretailsupport.com%2Floss-prevention http://sinsoretailsupport.com/loss-prevention#find-out-more
  5. In August of this year I was in TKMax when I was asked by a retail loss investigator to go into a private room. Whilst in the room I was accused of buying an item and taking another item back and of swapping prices. The swapping of prices was due to it be a childs toy that had been in the basket with other items and the price tag had come off. I notice that TKMax openly sell seconds and do not always tell the customer. I returned a pair of jeans and t shirt (both definitely TKmax items) that were faulty or had become faulty I found a receipt in a bag I assumed that for
  6. Not sure if I have posted in the right place! Just found a letter from this company that have charged my elderly mother £121 for nuisance call prevention (she bought a little box from a shop and couldn't get it to work-related so called the helpline) . It doesn't work!!! I have already added her to the free Service- is it TPS? Are they [problematic]? What rights do we have to get a refund? Funnily enough they aren't answering their phone!!!! Many thanks
  7. The Consumer Action Group will never condone theft in any way and we feel that all alleged acts of shoplifting be dealt with by the relevant people. The police. If a store fails to get the police involved then that should be the end of the matter. If goods stolen are not fit for resale, the store should seek compensation for the loss of the goods. If they choose not to then that is their choice.. Many items stolen are low value so to seek the value of the goods through the courts is not cost effective to the store so what do they do? They pass the responsibility to a civil
  8. A friend and I were caught shoplifting on the 6th of July in a local drug store (Boots) and we live in Southern England. We are both 16 years old. At the time when we shoplifted, we stupidly took a couple of items of make-up out of their boxes and left them on the shelves. However, we never left the store holding anything. We didn't even go to the door, a security guy approached us and took us to his office. He accused us of shoplifting because we 'Had no intention of buying any of these things because we took them out of their little boxes' and he made us sign a piece of paper saying we'd sho
  9. A friend and I were caught shoplifting on the 6th of July in a local drug store (Boots) and we live in Southern England. We are both 16 years old. At the time when we shoplifted, we stupidly took a couple of items of make-up out of their boxes and left them on the shelves. We stupidly put the products in a plastic bag..However, we never left the store holding anything. We didn't even go to the door, a security guy approached us and took us to his office. He accused us of shoplifting because we 'Had no intention of buying any of these things because we took them out of their little boxes' and h
  10. Who the chuff are Retail Decisions UK Ltd and HNC Software Inc?
  11. I need some advice on what to do about my current situation. On Thursday I was caught walking out of a Primark store with some items with a total value of £22. I know fully how wrong my actions were and am disgusted in myself at was has happened so please I'm just asking for some advice not judgement on my stupid mistakes. I was taken in by the security guards at Primark and because in 9 days I am going to be turning 18 the female security guard said that she wasn't going to be phoning the police as I had my provisional driving license on me so she just took my details
  12. Compare and contrast with http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?356933-Oxford-Retail-Loss-Prevention-A-Retailer-JudgmentDebenhams v Gee, transcript of hearing.pdf DEBE1105APP.pdf
  13. Denis MacShane http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201213/cmpublic/defamation/120626/pm/120626s01.htm
  14. A company that sues shoplifters on behalf of retailers has accused a Citizens Advice Bureau official of organising a campaign of harassment against it. The firm, Retail Loss Prevention (RLP), has also threatened legal action against several consumer websites because of comments on their forums. It wants to uncover the identity of internet critics who have called for the company's business to be disrupted. The CAB official denies the accusation. RLP has accused its critics of trying to damage its business in a "vindictive" campaign. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-1
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