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    • The reason for the photos is to show you weren't displaying a permit.  They are supposed to check that the permit hadn't fallen off the dashboard. There is no point in appealing to PPM.  The very people who deliberately set up the site with rubbish signage to catch motorists out are highly unlikely to find against themselves. You've said several times that you think the company who you met with called PPM in so these are the people you need to contact in writing to request they call PPM off.  Until you do so we're going round in circles. If you don't want them to have your e-mail address simply set up a secondary e-address.  
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A co-op is whereby a small number of neighbours work on a rotational basis so they each of them can have time off, that way everyone doesn’t need to be there at the same time, he had never been an employee of mine.  The only reason I allowed him to have the files in the first place as I didn’t want to lose that side of the business.  It’s a good, constant source of income. However, the rent was becoming crippling as I believed there was something fishy going on well before this as there’s so much cash dealt with there, and I couldn’t go in regularly in person, and I’m sure sales weren’t being recorded properly and cash was being pocketed. My husband was too busy to be doing any stock control properly, he wasn't really into paperwork, and the guy who was ‘helping’ me after my husband's death, was making things very difficult for me to implement a solid stock control system by refusing to co-operate on simple things like using email etc. which I thought was a smokescreen, so I severed ties with him just before I made the agreement in question. I sent about 100 images, jpg files, sent via We Transfer. I’ve got the confirmation of which files were sent with dates. I will have to go through closed bank accounts and previous tax returns to get a proper estimate.   Before I made this agreement, I was selling retail there, this is a wholesale agreement so I’ll have to do some calculations but it is definitely in the thousands.  I haven’t got his his home address, and I don't think he's got any sizeable assets. I’m also worried that he might send the files overseas and start selling them there. I know he’s not stupid enough to sell them online. He knows for sure how serious this is, but he’s been chancing it and thinks I’m stupid, if not soft and stupid. I don’t know if this would work but I am thinking that when he does contact me, I tell him we need to talk, tell him I know what he’s been up to, and strongly urge him not to order any more prints from wherever he is having them printed because it will make things much worse for him if he does. Then when I do tell him about the gravity of the situation, maybe a few days later, I think it will scare him into complying because the consequences definitely trump the few quid he thinks he is saving by getting his own printing done. Tell him an amount that I want back for lost revenue, and make it clear that if he doesn’t destroy the files and if I find out he is still doing it at any point down the line, I will seek prosecution for copyright infringement and fraud, which I will. I don’t know how I can enforce any of this without involving the courts though. I will be able to tell, though, and he will know this. And the only reason I am doing this now rather than before, is that I couldn’t prove anything until now.  It was screamingly obvious from the beginning though, as he wasn’t ordering enough from me to pay the rent, let alone make a profit. If I decided to come down like him lie a ton of bricks straight away, how would I go about a cease and desist, would I have to get one from the court? And what do I do about the stock he currently holds? It has also occurred to me that he might file for bankruptcy or similar if things get heavy, where would that leave me? I could put the feelers out for a brand-new person to take it on, obviously without giving them access to files, that is an option. But that comes with its own set of issues. Also, would there be any implications for me, if I kept quiet for now? Let him order again from me as if nothing has happened, as it will be any day and I want to get all my ducks in a row first ideally….   Thanks again
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Hello. Pleaae wl like to know what happens if u caught shiplifting and the total value is 205pounds.

 

Then you gave wrong date of birth and correct address.

But the police officer only gave a caution

The shop gave a banned letter for one year and

also stating that a fine will be paid and

i will be contacted by RLP.

 

Please is there anything to be worried about

. The police only metioned avre arrest if i fail to pay the fine.

 

Please is there anything to worry about?

 

A picture was also taken and was told to go and to do it again.

 

Is there any future implication please.

 

I sincerely regret my actions

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I think we need some more detail here? You say that the police gave you a caution but there is a fine? Was this a Police issued Fixed Penalty Notice? If so that must be paid or you could be arrested

 

Were the goods recovered in a fit for sale condition? Who was the retailer?

 

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I think we need some more detail here? You say that the police gave you a caution but there is a fine? Was this a Police issued Fixed Penalty Notice? If so that must be paid or you could be arrested

 

Were the goods recovered in a fit for sale condition? Who was the retailer?

 

You can and must completely ignore RLP. They have no part in this, are nothing to do with any police action and you cannot be arrested for ignoring them

 

Yes the police issued a caution and stated i will have a criminal record but no fixed fine as it eas above 100pounds.

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Hi and welcome to CAG

 

By giving the wrong date of birth, did you do so to appear younger or older than 18?

 

I will assume the store got the goods back. A name of the store would be useful as well.

 

A basic run down of the event will help too.

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New here where is the appropriate forum pls

 

Hi and welcome to CAG

 

By giving the wrong date of birth, did you do so to appear younger or older than 18?

 

I will assume the store got the goods back. A name of the store would be useful as well.

 

A basic run down of the event will help too.

 

To be older than 18. And the store got the goods back. I did give a wrong date of birth so that my information wl not be pulled out on there system. Just worried as the police said it will be recorded on there system and i wl have a record. Name of the store is boots.

 

Yes the police issued a caution and stated i will have a criminal record but no fixed fine as it eas above 100pounds.

 

Store is boots

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Nothing can be done regarding the caution and the record but I would contact them to give the correct date of birth as although it may not make much difference, you don't want them turning up to check you out if the find a mismatch.

 

As for RLP. Ignore their letters but post them up here (minus personal info) so we can check to see what change of tactics they are trying this month (if any)

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Nothing can be done regarding the caution and the record but I would contact them to give the correct date of birth as although it may not make much difference, you don't want them turning up to check you out if the find a mismatch.

 

As for RLP. Ignore their letters but post them up here (minus personal info) so we can check to see what change of tactics they are trying this month (if any)

 

Ok thank you. Please what is the posibility they find a mismatch? As there was no finger print or DNA done.and this happened 2days ago. Do you think they will still be on the case?

 

Ok thank you. Please what is the posibility they find a mismatch? As there was no finger print or DNA done.

 

And this happened 2days ago. Do you think they will still be on the case?

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I doubt the police would be that bothered TBH but by giving a false DoB this may be seen as giving false information to a police officer. I'm not 100% sure. I would hope that others would be able to advise better.

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Ok thanks for you help. I do appreaciate. You have been helpful

 

I doubt the police would be that bothered TBH but by giving a false DoB this may be seen as giving false information to a police officer. I'm not 100% sure. I would hope that others would be able to advise better.

Ok thanks for the advise. U have been really hlpful.

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It all depends on how vigilant the police are when matching the details you gave them with anything else they have on their system. You may have dropped yourself right in it if you are known to the police in any way that is negative but generally speaking, they have better things to do than chase you, it will all come out in the wash if you find yourself in a similar situation in the future so dont be tempting fate..

Regardless of that, RLP have nothing to do with anything and you wont be in any further bother just becuase you didnt play their silly games.

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It all depends on how vigilant the police are when matching the details you gave them with anything else they have on their system. You may have dropped yourself right in it if you are known to the police in any way that is negative but generally speaking, they have better things to do than chase you, it will all come out in the wash if you find yourself in a similar situation in the future so dont be tempting fate..

Regardless of that, RLP have nothing to do with anything and you wont be in any further bother just becuase you didnt play their silly games.

 

Thanks. I have learnt my lesson and never again will i do such as i have not recovered uptil now.

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