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in may 2016 I went primary with my friend and her baby.

 

 

I was carrying her baby around the store and she was shoving items she wanted in the buggy.

 

 

I PAID for a pair of shoes I wanted and she had everything she wanted so we went to leave

 

 

but security stopped us and took us into the back room.

 

 

they didn't find anything on me but took a scan of my drivers license and my number.

 

 

They didn't call the police, didn't offer my friend a chance to pay for the items and got all items back.

 

 

I have received numerous letters and 1 phone call from RLP about a fine to pay.

 

 

It had been months since I heard from them and then today received a call from CCL (County Collections LTD) about the same incident.

 

 

What can I do? and whats going to happen now?

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nothing you totally IGNORE THEM..

 

 

its NOT A FINE anyway

its them trying to FLEECE people

they aren't bailiffs and they have absolutely NO LEGAL POWERS whatsoever.

 

 

please stop answering the phone to them

or

have a bit of fun with them

wind em up

there really is nothing they can do

 

 

tell your friend that too.

 

 

dx


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Even though they've passed it on to another collection agency? are they even allowed to do that?

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Even though they've passed it on to another collection agency? are they even allowed to do that?

 

Morally, probably not. Legally, may be. These companies operate in a grey area and use paralegal mumbo-jumbo in an effort to harass their victims. You committed no crime, were not charged with anything by the police, and the only people that could have fined you are the courts.


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Hi and welcome to CAG.

 

If you have a read around this forum you will see that RLP use various debt collectors. Why don't they just use one I hear you ask (or maybe not)?

 

Simple. These debt collectors are working on a no win no fee basis and once one DCA realises that we are on to them, they don't like working with RLP any more. I have lost count of the number of different DCA's that have chased what they tend to call 'An Undisputed Debt' only to go away empty handed.

 

They have about as much power over you as I have. That'll be none then. Ignore then ignore some more :madgrin:


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If you made a complaint to their governing organisation then they would stop it but to be honest it is far easier to ignore them than it is to challenge them, they are wasting their time and money at the moment.

Even though they've passed it on to another collection agency? are they even allowed to do that?

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