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Hello.

 

 

Last week me and my friend were caught shop lifting from Debenhams.

We are both over 18.

A policewomen came to speak to us but no criminal charge

she was happy to not press charges.

 

We are both banned from debenhams stores for a year

but Debenhams handed us both a letter about 'Civil fines'.

 

 

The security guard at Debenhams claimed in the letter we will both be fined £300 each, although what we attempted to shop lift came to around 70 pounds each.

 

 

We are both extremely sorry about doing this and would never do it again.

Debenhams said they caught us on the CCTV cameras.

 

I have researched into these Civil Fine letters and all I see is people saying to ignore them and not to pay,

should I just ignore?

I am worried as Debenhams have cctv footage the civil company could take us to court.

 

Also, when the letter comes in the post will it be a privately addressed letter with no company logos on?

 

 

As I live with parents and wouldn't want them to notice anything funny on the envelope.

 

Thankyou!

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best to come clean to your parents.

the letters do carry the retail loss prevention Logo

 

 

they [RLP] cant do ANYTHING to you.

you totally ignore everything they send

 

 

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Hi and welcome to CAG

 

Unless you are up before your parents and before the postman delivers, there is a good chance they will find out unless you get loads of mail each day.

 

RLP have previously sent letters with a post franking mark showing who they are. Whether they still do so is unsure. These are the reasons why we say it is much easier to 'fess up' before they arrive. You can then direct them to here to show just how much power RLP actually have. NONE!

 

On to the technicalities. The security staff lie. They say 'Fine'. Not so. This is an invoice which RLP will say is to cover the costs of dealing with your offence. Not true. While minimal fees 'could' be levied, security costs are factored into the costs of running the store and are paid for by adding a few pence on purchases at the till.

 

Don't expect this to go away any time soon. RLP will send quite a few letters then pass the 'charge' on to their pet debt collector of the day who will send more letters. You can totally ignore these as they can do nothing to you. The only party that could begin legal action is Debenhams. You have been dealt with by the Police. End of that particular matter.

 

Oh yes. One more thing. Look in a mirror then slap yourself for being so silly. Learn and move on. :-)


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Jackie and her so called pit bull DCA have rubber teeth, ignore them and don't do it again.


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We are based in London if this is any help to which rpl company will send me a letter

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no RLP

they are a company

 

 

by the way its NOT A FINE as per your repeated use in your first post

 

 

simply IGNORE

 

 

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Please have a read of this.

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?448994-RLP-FAQ-s.-What-do-they-mean-Reviewed-September-2015&p=4762870&viewfull=1#post4762870

 

Retail Loss Prevention have a head office in London which is actually a mail box address in the same building as the Hatton Garden robbery. They are actually based in Nottingham but they hide their address due to them getting threats. Why would any legitimate company get threats? Because they know they are fleecers in another guise.


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They have a Nottingham contact number on their site but premium rate for "customers" as in potential fleecees.

 

Best ignore Jackie & Co completely.


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