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    • Ok, so as you have been overcharged you now need to be pragmatic and first of all request a refund by making a complaint.  In this first complaint do not go on about what argument you had and what conduct the inspectors were following.  Concentrate on highlighting the fact that you must get a refund because they overcharged you.  People looking at complaints receive thousands everyday and anything longer than a few lines is usually misunderstood.    After you receive your refund, then you complain about the conduct of the inspectors,  as a completely separate matter. I note that you were offered a refund, an argument broke out and you were escorted out of the station. This will not play in your favour as all inspectors would have taken note of this in their notebook and possibly complete an incident report form with their version of events. Frustrating but that's how it is, that's why I said to be pragmatic. 
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Hi,

around a month ago, I was caught swapping over a pair of jeans in the changing rooms.

. stupid thing to do I know.

 

The police were called and they gave me a 'caution',

I signed a piece of paper to say I will pay the RLP 'fine' even though the police man didn't have a clue what it was, signed to say I'm banned from primark and to apologise.

 

I've looked online and realised it wasn't an formal caution as I would of have to of been taken to the police station for this. (Sorry have no clue about these things) but that wasn't explained to me.

 

Before I left, I changed out of the jeans and gave them back to the security guard but had been wearing them for a couple of hours whilst all this happened.

 

I've read quite a lot of things about RLP on this forum and other websites and read that the letters should be ignored,

 

 

what I'm wandering in my case is,

the jeans probably wouldn't of been put back on sale as they had been worn?

And the tags off?

I'm not sure if this makes a difference,

the jeans were £10 so do I owe them just £10?

 

Haven't yet received a letter but im waiting on it to come!

 

 

Also i signed a letter by the police starting I would pay it.

 

Sorry if I sound stupid, I really had no idea!

 

Thank you guys!

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you forget all about it ever happening.

 

 

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Hi and welcome to CAG

 

Firstly, are you under 18?

 

RLP will send letters to the address you gave security but I am surprised they haven't done so as yet as they are usually quick to try and cash in. If you are over 18 then ignore them.


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Hi and welcome to CAG

 

Firstly, are you under 18?

 

RLP will send letters to the address you gave security but I am surprised they haven't done so as yet as they are usually quick to try and cash in. If you are over 18 then ignore them.

 

And if he's under 18 how will this change things about paying

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And if he's under 18 how will this change things about paying

 

It matters very little in the main but RLP have been known to write to a juveniles parents. If the OP is under 18 and their parents don't know, I would advise sending one letter to RLP denying them the right to share personal data.

While there have been no court cases in almost 5 years, this may just start again so RLP haave been known to write to an under 18 stating they will wait until their 18th birthday to begin action.

 

We ask this so that we know what is best to advise. The overall advice is to ignore them.


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Primark didnt demand the price of the jeans so they have washed their hands of the matter.

Read all about RLP and learn from this.

 

The reason Primark havent been more active is it is not worth their while with staff costs far outweighing the value of any claim and also they belive the claptrap RLP give them when they sign the up to their scheme.

 

 

Primark are being robbed far more by this than by your actions.

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