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Hi, first-time poster.

 

Firstly I was caught shoplifting at Tesco,

unsure why I did it and I’m embarrassed.

 

 

They have the goods and I was issued a £90 fine from the police at the time to which I have paid.

 

Ive received about 6 letters from Jackie and RLP each time asking for money,

filled with nonsensical legal jargon to which I have ignored.

 

 

This has now been passed onto BPO who are apparently a debt agency (letter attached)

who are requesting payment within 7 days.

 

 

Ive read about people not sending a letter and people sending one to get these off my back,

 

 

I just want to know the best course of action now as i do not want people turning up at my door etc.

 

many thanks

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hi, other threads concerning RLP - the general advice is to ignore them.

 

if anyone calls at your door from debt collection agency you can ignore them also, or simply answer your door and tell them to go away

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Hi and welcome to CAG.

 

You were dealt correctly by the police and paid the penalty. That should be enough. However, RLP live on another planet where you can be penalised twice for the same offence. You have done well ignoring RLP and what you have now received is a letter from this poxy DCA who are paid by result so they won't be doing too much as they know they won't get paid. They certainly won't turn up on your doorstep.

 

Just carry on ignoring them and it will end quite soon.


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Yep. Youll get 2, MAYBE 3 letters from BPO who claim they can do anything, when they cant actually do sod all. Then youll never hear from either company again.


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BTW, I have seen this letter many times before and they state quite wrongly that they understand the 'liability' (notice how they don't say debt) is not disputed.

 

Erm! If it wasn't disputed then why are the DCA chasing it? If it wasn't disputed, you would have paid up. Muppets :-)


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It is wholly wrong to pass this onto a dca as there was no debt to start with. Lots you could do but best is to clearly ignore both.

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I would actually report the DCA and send the FCA a copy of that letter.


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