My daughter was caught switching stickers in goodwill. She paid for the merchandise and they stopped her at the door. She admitted to sticker switching and the merchandise was confiscated and reimbursement for the money she paid was made. They told her no charges were being pressed and she was not in trouble with police. The store took her information and let her go.
We have just received a settlement Offer for $304.09 stating that if paid they will not move forward with a statutory civil "penalty" claim. Should we just pay this amount? Can they retroactively press charges if we don’t pay them?
We are located in Washington Statethe settlement Offer came from Palmer, Reifler and Associates, P.A.