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  • Civil recovery letter help

    (I'm unsure this is the right thread to post so correct me if I'm wrong)
    Okay I had a crazy mad 5 minutes minutes that I cant stress how awful I feel about it and it was minor shop lifting of literally £3
    The shop dealt with it by banning me from the shop and sending a civil recovery letter (fine apparently a minimum of £103) and I do plan to just pay and get it over with (although some have said ignore it?), there was no police involvement
    Any how I was wondering what the letter contained if there is any specific evidence and I suppose 'personalised' or a sort of pre written thing with some details tweaked saying cost date of offence etc

    This is my first offence eof sorts and I feel awful about it
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    Re: Civil recovery letter help

    Here's some examples of the letters you might receive - http://legalbeagles.info/forums/show...rs-RLP-and-DWF

    Not sure which shop you had your mad moment in, but the same advice applies to all of them, ignore the letters.

    ( moved your post into the Civil Recovery forum - worth having a read through some other people's threads to see what actually happens ( or doesn't happen as the case may be ) )
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      Re: Civil recovery letter help

      begging letter

      no

      name the company who sent you the letter, they cannot fine anybody, RLP or similar was it?// they went to court once and got hammered trying to so called fine a person.

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        Re: Civil recovery letter help

        Thank you, for moving the forum and advice
        Really appreciated whilst mind is not fully at ease
        This has crazy helped
        Thanks

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