So I left my job on friday. I did so after a lot of thinking and basically I wasn't happy with the working environment and the ethical manner things were being done.
I didn't give a notice, I simply just wrote a two page letter detailing why I was leaving and put it on my bosses desk (he wasn't in at the time).
I left as though to go to a meeting I had arranged with a client and never returned. Work then called the police to report me missing as my phone also died for the day.
When I eventually got my phone working I had to call the police to say I was OK, etc.
Anyway this morning I have received a letter from my former boss basically I was a terrible employee but he goes on to say two concerning things which I want to know is true or not.
1) "I will assess and confirm to you any client damage that may have occurred or will occur as a direct result of your walk out, which I am certain you are aware is in total breach of your Terms and Conditions of Employment. We will seek to recover 100% of any damage that has or will occur as a direct result of your actions.
2) Overpayment, as you are aware you have claimed to be paid or hours (lunch Hours since your inception) which you are not entitled, I had intended to waive this, however in light of recent events i am not able to do this. We will also be submitting a legal claim for the recovery of this debt.
Can he do these things? Where should I go to for help on this matter?