what's is an FPN?
FOR JOMO1972 WHAT IS A FPN
FOR JOMO1972 - I am sorry for asking the obvious question- I am in a state. Just one more question - do I have to declare this to my employer?
I believe it does - I work for health as a part time hospital discharge facilitator
Even though the penalty notice states 'if you choose to pay no further action will be taken in respect of the offence detailed in part 1:payment of the peaty involves no admission of guilt and will not result in a criminal conviction being made against you
FOR JOMO1972I have had a terrible night imaging all my families and friends get to know that I have being involved in a 'theft' - is this possible if I don't tell them?I am terribly embarrassed and mortified by the whole and am thinking of handing in my notice. I only have a temporary contract. What rare your thoughts on this?
What about Sainsbury- it happens to be one all my family and friends use?
I have just looked again at the letter Sainsbury handed to- it said private and confidential - does that mean the matter is between Sainsbury and me?
FOR JOMO 1972
I have had a letter from dwf, solicitors acting on behalf of Sainsbury's supermarket limited to request a payment of £150 for security costs! I know what you said in your previous email - can you please advise me how I should response to them.
The letter states even the goods were recovered in a resalable condition the offender is still liable for the security costs incurred at the time of the incident and that for incidents involving members of the public a security cost is £150 and therefore the civil demand should be paid the next 7days to avoid further action!! - can you please brief as to how I should response either by email or letter?
If I ignore them can they send someone around ,like bailiffs knocking on my door demanding payment? Or if I write to them inviting them to sue- if they did what do I do than?
What's is a CCJ?
Can I just email them to say I have had legal advice not to pay £150?