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Hi I got arrested and charged by police for tk maxx fraud, I was caught on 2 occasions on cctv returning goods that weren't originally the items I bought, it was £68 worth, I am still waiting on a summons or whatever it may be (hopefully not jail) which may take 3-4 months according to my lawyer, it is my first offence and fair to say I will never be going shopping ever again as they have scared me to death, no point in explaining why I did it.


Anyway I got a letter from RLP wanting £206 from me for diverting the staff from their normal duties for a significant period of time including the time taken by personnel such as security, management, administrative and shop floor staff and the substantial amount of time taken for observing my actions and apprehending, detaining and interviewing me.


I just think the amount they want is a bit steep and don't know how to respond to the letter, my lawyer says not to ignore as they may add more to the total, any advice on what to write back as I haven't even officially been charged yet and didn't comment when the police arrested me, also the letter says the wrong location of the premises, I would need a word for word response to letter please, thank you.

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Hi dione


As stated before, what you have received is an invoice, also they've put the wrong address and no breakdown of their costs.

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