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Re: Attorneys are the easiest to collect from. They don
Posted by  Cheryl Elliott of CA on 2/16/17 8:10am Msg #570108
No question. I simple email/fax or letter via USPS should get him off his duff. You're not bluffing, you mean business, and when can you expect the overnighted remittance? Good luck!
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 GNW: Attorney who hasn't paid his bill - docs2go/ca on 2/15/17 3:58pm
 Report him to the BAR association. n/m -  Yoli/CA on 2/15/17 4:02pm
 Re: GNW: Attorney who hasn - MikeC/TX on 2/15/17 4:05pm
 Re: GNW: Attorney who hasn - Luckydog on 2/15/17 4:13pm
 California Bar Association - rengel/CA on 2/15/17 6:13pm
 he's had enough time to pay, go the CA Bar association, -  C. Rivera Chicago Notary Services on 2/16/17 7:13am
 Re: GNW: Attorney who hasn - docs2go/ca on 2/15/17 6:53pm
 Attorneys are the easiest to collect from. They don't want - ananotary on 2/15/17 7:07pm
 Re: Attorneys are the easiest to collect from. They don -  Cheryl Elliott on 2/16/17 8:10am
 Re: GNW: Attorney who hasn - CopperheadVA on 2/17/17 7:18pm
 Failure to fulfill contractual obligations in a real estate -  Christine/OK on 2/18/17 5:43am



 
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