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Boots and other security blackmail you. They say either give the guards your id or the police will be called.


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Hello everyone, I got my second letter today yet it is dated the 6th June. They have given me 21 days to respond from when they posted it.

 

'Thank you for your letter dated 25th May 2014 the content is noted

 

Your letter is nothing other than a pro-forma letter you have copied from the internet and has no relevance to our clients claim

 

The letter is produced to waste time and costs, in the breach of the Protocol for Pre-action Conduct and the Civil Procedure Rules (1998)

 

We urge you to seek legal advice ...

 

We have notified you in a reasonable, proportionate and lawful manner, of the nature and basis of our clients claim and the losses sought, in compliance with CPR.

 

The reference to unlawful threats is entirely without merit ... '

 

Should I ignore this letter? Thanks

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Ignore it. It's a standard desperation letter from jackie. File it away under ' toilet paper'.

 

Either her next letter or the one after will go into multiple pages which at first glance looks like important legal fact. But after a few seconds of reading, it becomes clear she is a deranged woman who is intent on trying to get money from people anyway she can.

 

Read some of the other threads in this forum. She sends the exact same letter out to everyone.


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I wont respond to it then, will I receive another letter or anything from them?

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Youll recieve a few more, then it will be sent to scotcall, who cannot do ANYTHING. Scotcall send 3 automated letters out and then leave you alone. RLP doesnt even have the decency to tell you theyre leaving you alone.


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Hi again,

 

I totally agree. RLP hate it when you fail to respond to their threats.

 

What pre action protocol? As RLP do not do court, they have no right to be demanding any protocols whatsoever. Only the claimant (Boots) can ask you of this and they are not interested.

 

Template letters! They do the ruddy same. Poor deluded people.

 

As for Civil Procedure Rules. When RLP start to comply in full can they then bleat about anothers failure.

 

IGNORE!


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So, are you intending to sue RLP? That is what the silly old bird is implying by saying your letter fails as a pre-action protocol. Shame she doesnt apply the same to her own taradiddles.

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Got another letter from them today.

 

'We not that we have received no response from 16th May.

If you have responded please make contact.

Our client exercises it's civil rights of redress, mainly as a deterrent to further incidents.

 

You have not sought to deny your actions not have you slight to demonstrate remorse or offer any reasonable explanation for your conduct'

 

'... The case will proceed based on information and evidence provided by out client.

 

If the case proceeds to court our correspondence will be placed before court.'

 

'We summarise the options to you:

- settle the claim by paying £147.50

-negotiate other settlement

-submit a written defence

-advise us of any other relevant circumstances

-advise that you require more time'

 

this is just the letter briefly what they have sent to me this morning, should I just keep ignoring them?

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They are getting more desperate now. They know that you won't give in so they up the game slightly. The important word if 'IF' (the case proceeds to court). Nowhere in their letters will they say 'will' as they cannot speak for what Boots may (or may not ) do.

 

As mentioned before, Boots won't do court, RLP cannot so I would expect the next letter to be from their 'specialist' debt collector who can also do bu**er all except send more letters.

 

This will stop. It is just a matter of time. Ignore and then get on with your life.

 

 

RLP like to think they have some super power and can predict what the future holds. NAH!


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Oops, they missed out one of the options from the list they sent

-ignore them completely.

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I got a letter from RLP about two weeks ago now and

 

I've not even bothered to open this one or plan on it

 

however I am a little worried what's inside.

 

I was expecting another one by now or maybe soon,

 

will I get another do you think?

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Probably. It will say the same crap though. Just bin it or use it as emergency toilet paper.


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Yeah, got another today. Think this is the third or fourth one now. Just won't bother opening this one either.

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I do hope La Lambert is reading this. Her narcissistic, pompous indignation at discovering that her begging letters are treated with the contempt they deserve, and not even opened, would be a joy to see!

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I tried to post on here a few weeks ago to say I haven't heard anything in a few weeks from them.

 

 

yesterday I got a letter from someone new 'bpo collections'. I'm worried they wont ever leave me alone. The letter is saying

 

'we are instructed to recover the liability against you which we understand is not disputed.

 

 

could you contact us within 7 days of getting this letter,

 

 

failing this you are at risk of our client issuing proceedings against you, which will incur further liability from court fees and legal costs.

 

 

A count court judgement which remains unsatisfied after 30 days may also effect your credit rating.

 

 

We require your immediate proposals to the matter.

 

 

If you are now in a posistion to settle this you may pay ____ to BPO collections limited.'

 

What should I doo???

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you ignore them totally

BPO are a DCA

no DCA has ANY legal powers.

 

 

they are NOT BAILIFFS


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Yep. Ignore them. Youre at the end of jackies little campaign now. Couple of letters from BPO including one that says they're handing it back to RLP and you wont hear anything else from anyone.

 

Even Scotcall told RLP to get lost, and scotcall only deal in unenforceable or non existent debts.


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Yes, agree, ignore. Also do not worry about the final one which may say they will pass the file back with a recommendation of legal action


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Had a little look up on 'BPO' and on their site right away I see 'Interigeted mail' 'Door-to-door' and 'Tracing'. They've already started with the mail... I don't want them showing up at my door. As far as I know my sister hasn't told my parents and I don't really want them to know. :|

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If BPO are contacting you, ignore them. They wont show up at your door, and if they do, you can tell them to F O and complain to the regulators. They cant do a single thing, and since jackie has got these muppets involved, its not long before you never hear from either company again.


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If BPO are contacting you, ignore them. They wont show up at your door, and if they do, you can tell them to F O and complain to the regulators. They cant do a single thing, and since jackie has got these muppets involved, its not long before you never hear from either company again.

 

Totally agree. As this is a 'low value' amount and BPO only get paid a success fee, they won't spend too much time on this let alone send anyone to your door. Just because they say door to door doesn't mean they will. I'm not even sure they have any doorstep agents.

 

On the most silly assumption that anyone did turn up, you are fully within your rights to tell them to go away and the best bit...They have to :lol:


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Now your getting the hang of it.


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