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Is lifting ban from TK Maxx possible?

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I have been caught shoplifting from TK Maxx 2 months ago, I had to sign banning order and the police issued me £80 fine. Since then I have paid the fine, paid the retail loss prevention £115. Now I'd like to know if I can get rid of my ban somehow? I'd like to continue shopping there and I realise my action was wrong and I don't plan on doing it ever again. Any advice? Thank you.

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paid the retail loss prevention £115.

 

:eek::-o

 

Why did you pay that?!

 

As for the ban, I would assume that it would be at the discretion of the store management.


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i had no idea not paying was an option until i stumbled upon this site, live and learn. at least i see it as valuable life lesson that will keep me in place :) do i have to contact the head office or the shop i was caught in? and how do i go about doing that?

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I would contact the store and depending on the response I get back, contact head office.

 

Others may prefer to be more direct and go straight to head office.

 

The shop should have a postal address, it may even have an email address.


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To be honest, I wouldn't bother. It was mentioned in an earlier thread that TKM 'ban' atound 10 people per week from their stores (that's EACH store, not across their empire). The only way to enforce the ban is to have security staff with pictures of ALL those banned, in the hope they are identified and entry prohibited. Start with visiting other stores to rebuild your confidence, and by the time you get back to your local one, you'll be another anonymous face in the crowd. They worst they could do? Ask you to leave - and pubs do that all the time!

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