Monday, February 27, 2012

Star Apparel's Attorney

From:Quanzhou Textile Star Apparels Co.Ltd
Subject: Request for Legal assistance
To: undisclosed recipients: ;

Attention: Counsel
Compliments of the season, We need your Legal service as a Legal
representation on behalf of Quanzhou Textile star apparels co.,Ltd We are a
textile company with principal business in garment manufacturing and trading.
We are presently incapacitated due to international legal boundaries to exert
pressure on our delinquent customers and we request for your services
accordingly. We got your contact information from the Online Lawyers
Directory as a result of our search for a reliable firm or individual to
provide legal services as requested.
We are of the opinion that you are capable and qualified to provide the legal
services as requested. On behalf of Quanzhou Textile star apparels co., Ltd,
Please accept my sincerest appreciation in advance for your willingness to
render your services as we look forward to your prompt response to our
Thank you.
From Li Kang Zhong
Quanzhou Textile Star Apparels Co.,Ltd
Address: No.6 Jian’er Road Jianghan Economic
Development Zone. wuhan city,
Hubei province China

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Equipment Attorney

Thanks for getting back to me. I represent EB Equipment Ltd and we are based in United Kingdom. We request your representation to counsel us in litigation and enable us collect a debt owed to us in the amount $900,000.00USD by a delinquent seller in your jurisdiction.

Johnson Machinery Sales
2007 Texoma Parkway # 126
Sherman, TX 75090-2694

We are of the opinion that once our presence is established in your state via a legal representative, our seller will have no option but comply with payment request and accompanied with legal action and litigation will push for the accounts to be paid to effectively.

We happened to have place an order of Machinery Equipment worth $1,800,000.00, and they demanded we pay 50 percent of the funds before delivering our products. Payment to the seller was made in June of 2011 and our calculation shows that delivery is Months late, for 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.

It will be very helpful if we receive your retainer agreement for review. This will enable our board decide on the conditions of the retainer in our next board meeting. Also once we have reviewed your agreement I will forward to you supporting documents i.e., proof of payment, sales invoice, wire transfer slip. This will enable your firm start working on this case. I will also call you to follow up on this matter once your firm has agreed to take on this case.

We thank you for your business as we look forward to your prompt response.

David Langford.