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Billing of 3rd party interlopers

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Billing of 3rd party interlopers

Postby paulchambers » Thu Apr 11, 2013 2:49 pm

I am about to send the 3rd letter to Cabot financial, they have stated in the past that they will not honor any invoice sent to them. I have had responses from them but it's just the usual crap, they are waiting for documents from another 3rd party lol which obviously don't exist.

The first letter I sent a letter stating that the fee schedule should they call me Mr etc etc would be £150.00, the response came back about them not honoring any invoices etc.

The 2nd and 3rd letter I will be sending, I have upped the schedule as per the original letters ie £5000.00.
Obviously they will not pay but if I took them to small claims what would be the chances of winning and has anybody had success through small claims with this?


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Re: Billing of 3rd party interlopers

Postby againstthesystem » Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:08 pm

Its about getting legal and lawful satisfaction for me, its nothing to do with how much I can bill them for. I know they act illegally in most cases, and for that I make them squirm and back off. That's my way of doing it. Im not concerned about telephone number bills :D
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