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  • RLP Letter

    Hello everybody.

    In mid-November, while I was walking out of a Primark, I was stopped by security because I had some 2 Barbie socks under my armpit. Being in a hurry to catch my train, I totally forgot they were there. I was brought to the security office, where I was asked to present my ID in order to provide my personal information. When they questioned me about what had happened, I told them it was an honest error and that I would be glad to cover the costs. I was told that although I couldn't today, I could come back tomorrow. "Just be careful next time," they urged as they left me on my way.

    Of course, I find a letter from RLP when I got home today. Considering that several of the threads posted here advised ignoring it, I think the main reason I'm posting this is to reassure myself. No police were involved, I wasn't banned from the store and now I'm being demanded to pay 175... all over Barbie socks.
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    Well I hope you caught your train, and of course you should ignore their extortionate demand.

    You can expect a number of letters from RLP,(which you may ignore) and when they get really desperate they might even arrange for a debt collector to write to you (and you may ignore their letters as well)
    It does help keeping Royal Mail in business.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by des8 View Post


      Well I hope you caught your train, and of course you should ignore their extortionate demand.

      You can expect a number of letters from RLP,(which you may ignore) and when they get really desperate they might even arrange for a debt collector to write to you (and you may ignore their letters as well)
      It does help keeping Royal Mail in business.
      Haha, I did not unfortunately. Was too busy being put on the Barbie fugitive most wanted list.

      Thank you for your reassurance DES8. I appreciate it. They must be pretty desperate for money since they posted the letter second class mail.

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      • #4
        Second letter arrived today.

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        • #5
          If you want you could read their letters in advance of receiving them: https://legalbeagles.info/forums/for...rs-rlp-and-dwf

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          • #6
            des8 I appreciate your help. Thank you. I was expecting it but just usual gibberish and threats.

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