Tuesday, March 25, 2014

mexicofirm02@gmail.com

We are currently facing severe pressure from our Supplier in Asia to pay up the balance funds that we owe to them.This debt is as a result of an outstanding payment of $157,500.00 for goods delivered to our customer, (local company here).
Due date for payment as stated in our Supplier's invoice was January 27th, 2014. The goods were delivered in perfect conditions,at a location in Canada where they are currently working on a new business(as stated in the acknowledgment letter we received from them).They keep asking for more time because of their current business situation in Canada. We did extended the payment deadline before now, but they failed to come up with the payment.
This time around,we will like to draw your attention to this relationship with our customer which has been cordial and successful over the past few years,and it is in our position to maintain this relationship after collection of this outstanding sum owed to us.This is the reason i want you to start with a polite approach by issuing a simple demand letter to them and informing them that they have  two weeks deadline to come up with a payment plan.If after the deadline we do not get a swift response from them,then we will have no option but to file a lawsuit(Litigation).
Please do carry out a conflict check on our customer and also let me know about your fee structure & rates both for the demand letter and litigation phases.I look forward to a timely response from you.

Sincerely,

Pedro Ricardo Calleja,
Managing Director,
Sm Tools S.A De C.V.
Ignacio Zaragoza No 1209,
Aguascalientes, AGS 20030,
Mexico.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Switzerland phisherman

JuliamleonI@debiiotech.com

We are enquiring for an experience attorney to handle a breach of contract negotiation or a lawsuit.


Yours Sincerely,
Julia Leon
Project Manager & Director of Production
Debiotech S.A.
Le Portique Av, de SĂ©velin 28
1004 Lausanne Switzerland
Phone: +41 22 548 16 70
www.debiotech.com

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Lee's Attorney

davlee77@live.com

Hello Counsel,

Thanks for the response. Like i said before, i provided a friend of
mine Mr. Lewis Mark a business loan in the amount of  $350,000. He
needed this loan to complete an ongoing project he was handling in
2009. Mr. Lewis is well based in your city and the loan was for 24
months and interest rate of 7.85%. The capital and interest were
supposed to be paid on April 15th, 2011 but Mr.Lewis has only paid
$50,000.


Please let me know if this falls within the scope of your practice so
that I can provide you with the loan documents and any further
information you need to know.


Thanks,

David Lee

Monday, November 11, 2013

Howa's Lawyer

Please find attached the invoice as we are striving to increase our
existing factory equipment to correspond to the manufacturing of mass
produced goods and new products, as well as the construction of new
factries which will be a firm base for providing our customers with
optinum supply. All of this is done to correspond to the customers
needs.

I expect this to be a non-litigation collection from the
debtor/customer but I am prepared to litigate this matter if he is not
ready to pay the balance owed to Howa Textile Ltd. Note that this debt
is not in dispute. The present economic down turn has been cited as
the reason for delayed payment, He has continually requested for more
time, we strongly believe that the introduction of legal pressure may
initiate immediate payment.

Note:I am open to either an hourly or contingency fee basis. Please
advice which works better for you.


Thanks,
Akiyori Shibuya
10-4 Ajiyoshi Hakusan-cho 2-chome
Kasugai
Japan
Tel:+81-50-55395719

Howa Textile Industry Co., Ltd

Monday, October 28, 2013

Gustaf's Counsel

Viktor Gustaf

We would like to thank you for your response to our inquiry for legal services, i am sorry for the late response. However, we wish to inform you that we would be needing your firms legal help to assist us with a breach of contract matter and also retrieve funds
owed to our company.

We ordered goods from (Local Company Name Here), and was asked to make a 50% down payment for goods to be delivered to us and that we did and up till date no goods were delivered. We asked for a refund but they have refused to make the refund to us.
We seek legal help from your firm to help us collect these funds owed to our company as we do not wish to go any further with the said transaction. We have made several attempts in the past to collect these funds which all ended negatively.

We are aware that a conflict search would need to be done. Please find below details of the owing company.

Here is the name of our supplier for your conflict check.
Local Company Name Here

If you have any questions please contact me personally anytime.

Viktor Gustaf
Sales Manager
Aptilo Networks AB
Arenavägen 47,
S-121 77 Stockholm,
Sweden
+46855916536


Thursday, October 17, 2013

Sweet Caroline Berube Esq

CAROLINE BERUBE ESQ

Dear Counsel,

I do appreciate your time in reviewing my request. I understand the importance of retaining your services accordingly and l will provide all necessary information in that regards if necessary for your reference, our client is Greencisco Industrial Co., Ltd. here in China and their debtor's information is below. The debt owe is $650,000.00. Please see attached documents for your review.

Debtor...

(Local Business Here)

Please go ahead and run your conflict check, and advise us on your retainer's fee for collection and send us retainer agreement, we shall sign the agreement and forward it back to you with the retainer's fee. I had already informed the debtor about the new development of retaining a lawyer to take care of all transactions. Please you are advised not to contact them yet regarding litigation. That litigation should be applied as a last resort as my client intends to retain their relationship with their customer after payments are made. We do not intend to resort to litigation unless all other options are exhausted but we will like the comfort of knowing that the option is available and letting the debtor know that litigation may be enforced if the option becomes necessary.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best Regard.
CAROLINE BERUBE ESQ.
Address: B-1002, R&F Full Square Plaza
No. 16, Ma Chang Road, ZhuJiang New City
Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Guangdong, China 510623




>> Good day,
>> 
>> I am Caroline Berube, an attorney at HJM Asia Law & Co Firm here in China. I urgently have a debt collection matter for you in your jurisdiction. Please reply me via email to discuss this further. Because of the time difference between China and your country, we can communicate via email.
>> 
>> Hope to receive a quick response to this email.
>> 
>> Regards
>> CAROLINE BERUBE ESQ.
>> Address: B-1002, R&F Full Square Plaza
>> No. 16, Ma Chang Road, ZhuJiang New City 
>> Tianhe District, Guangzhou
>> Guangdong, China 510623
>> Tel: +8620 8121 6605
>> Fax: +8620 8121 6505

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Evergreen Lawyer

veemaldini@datafull.com
Re: Your Urgent Counsel is required

Top of the day to you.

I solicit your representation on behalf of Evergreen Oil and Gas Limited. I need your counsel in litigation to collect a debt owed by a delinquent seller in your jurisdiction.

My company purchased Machinery equipment of $1,240,000.00 and half of the amount was paid as it is required before delivery i.e $620,000.00. Goods were delivered in a forthnight as promised by the seller. Following safety checks, we discovered the equipment did not meet accepted industry standards and called the attention of the seller. Immediately we arranged for the equipment to be returned at our own expense and the seller promised to supply standard equipment. Unfortunately till now they have failed to execute their own part of the contract and giving unreasonable excuses.

Payment to the seller was made in March of 2013 and calculation shows that delivery is above 3 Months late, The regular purchase agreement requires seller to effect goods not later than 60 days upon payment or legal action may be enforced if delivery delay exceeds 90 days.

Find Below the location of the delinquent seller for you to run a conflict check. Kindly send your retainer agreement for my review thereafter.

(Local Company Here)


Our Board of Directors awaits your retainer agreement after the conflict check and look forward to your prompt response at your earliest convenience.

Regards,

Vincent Maldini, CEO
Evergreen Oil and Gas
Avenida Del Oro

Oceanside, CA 92056.