Two weeks ago I was caught shoplifting a $9.89 item which I immediately payed for after talking with the peace officers at the store. I was told that there would be no further action regarding the item and it became a mistake that I was never going to make again.
Now I get home to a letter demanding me to pay $250 for merchandise valued at $98.89 which is clearly not what the item was worth.
I'm extremely confused. I don't know if the charge is as a result of the fake price of the item. What do I do?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You should not put anything else on the internet about your situation. You should also not make any more statements to the store before getting legal advice. Give me a call if you want a free consultation. Andy Gable 312-502-7877
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