ATM Thefts by Engineer - Wincor Report

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Dear Post Office Limited,

Thank you for your reply to my request Freedom of Information Request – FOI2023/00210

It is always difficult to frame questions that might attract a response so perhaps during your previous investigations you came across the Wincor Report that was requested by POL in 2013 with regard the Wincor ATM Engineer /Millionaire who wasn't prosecuted for stealing from multiple sites.

Could you please let me have sight of that Wincor Report?

Thanks a bunch
Tim

information.rights@postoffice.co.uk, Post Office Limited

Our ref: FOI2023/00268

Dear Mr McCormack,

Thank you for your request for information which was received on 16th May.
Your request is being considered under the terms of the Freedom of
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The Act requires that a response must be given promptly, and in any event
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information.rights@postoffice.co.uk, Post Office Limited

Dear Mr McCormack

We are writing in respect of your information request, FOI2023/00268 and
provide an update for you. Although we had hoped to respond to you by 14
June, we need further time to consider the public interest in respect of
your request.

Our view is that your request falls within the scope of the qualified
exemption at section 43(2) of the Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"),
relating to commercial interests.

As permitted by section 10 of the FOIA, Post Office Limited ("Post
Office") requires further time to consider the public interest test in
relation to this exemption. An extension is permitted until such time as
is reasonable in the circumstances and, having considered the FOIA Code of
Practice, Post Office considers that an extension of 20 working days is
appropriate in this ins tance and will therefore aim to respond to you by
13th July.

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Dear [email address],

Thanks for letting me know.

As it appears you actually have the information I requested I will pass this reply on to the Inquiry and the legal team of several core participants to see if they are interested in the document I requested.

Yours sincerely,

Tim McCormack

Dear [email address],

It's the 13th July - any news?

Yours sincerely,

Tim McCormack

information.rights, Post Office Limited

Dear Mr McCormack

Further to our email of 8 June 2023, we are once again writing in respect
of your information request, FOI2023/00268.

We are still processing your information request and need further time to
consider the public interest in respect of your request. Our view remains
that your request falls within the scope of the qualified exemption at
section 43(2) of the FOIA, relating to commercial interests.

As permitted by section 10 of the FOIA, Post Office requires further time
to consider the public interest test in relation to this exemption. An
extension is permitted until such time as is reasonable in the
circumstances and, having considered the FOIA Code of Practice, Post
Office considers that an extension of 20 working days is appropriate and
will therefore aim to respond to you by 11 August 2023.

Thank you for your patience whilst we are handling your request and we
apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.

With kind regards

Data Protection and Information Rights Team

100 Wood Street,

London,

EC2V 7ER

 

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Subject: Freedom of Information Request ? FOI2023/00268

 

Dear Mr McCormack

We are writing in respect of your information request, FOI2023/00268 and
provide an update for you. Although we had hoped to respond to you by 14
June, we need further time to consider the public interest in respect of
your request.

Our view is that your request falls within the scope of the qualified
exemption at section 43(2) of the Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"),
relating to commercial interests.

As permitted by section 10 of the FOIA, Post Office Limited ("Post
Office") requires further time to consider the public interest test in
relation to this exemption. An extension is permitted until such time as
is reasonable in the circumstances and, having considered the FOIA Code of
Practice, Post Office considers that an extension of 20 working days is
appropriate in this ins tance and will therefore aim to respond to you by
13th July.

Regards

Data Protection and Information Rights Team

100 Wood Street,

London,

EC2V 7ER

[1][email address]

Post Office Limited is committed to protecting your privacy, information
about how we do this can be found on our website at
[2]www.postoffice.co.uk/privacy

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Post Office Limited is committed to protecting your privacy. Information
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Dear Mr McCormack,

Please find the attached response relating to your Freedom of Information
request.

Regards,

Information Rights Team

Finsbury Dials
20 Finsbury Street
London
EC2Y 9AQ