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I knew someone a couple of years ago who must've been in a similar position to Rodders, ie. they went back to the UK and had some agreement with Radio Rentals. Anyway, even though I didn't really know them, they had apparently used my name as a reference. The first I knew of this was when I got a phone call asking whether I knew their whereabouts. I had heard on the grapevine that they had returned to the UK and, it would seem from what RR told me, they had taken whatever they'd got from RR with them!
I would imagine RR would rather you handed the items back or negotiated something with them. I don't know how often this happens but I doubt whether it is that unusual they won't be happy to talk over your options.
And it would be a shame if new arrivals found they were not able to rent from RR because people have basically stolen stuff from them and taken it back to the UK
Hope your return goes well :)
Tyke, you're spot on - if I could like your post multiple times I would.
Isn't the first time you've asked the question, were you hoping for a different reply?Hi,we are looking to return to the UK as my partner and kids have been unable to settle in Adelaide. We have a number of things on rental from radio rentals but do not want to take them with us. Does anyone how I should go about ending agreement the cheapest way possible.
I agree with other members you cannot run away from your debts, it may be wise to tidy up any bad credit in the UK you might have before returning per a previous post you made.
Maybe post a list and pics of what you have alongside the price it would cost to buy out the remainder of the item. Who knows - someone here might be interested.
Tell them the ruth, you are leaving the country and you can't pay, they will be sympathetic. You will have to pay something but not a lot.
I have to laugh at all the do gooders, do any of you ever download music/tv/etc
We are all criminals in our own way I am sure.
i'm not 100%, but can't you get the equivalent of a CCJ against you which would impact on your credit rating (which is shared)??