I have never been confronted with this issue, but I understand a little about it.The cost of getting to the truth, which may or may never occur, may cost more than it's worth. On the other hand, if it's a matter of principle, and she is willing to fork out $40,000 or more, it may well be worth fighting for.A cheap solution could be to have an attorney send a letter and threaten, gently.An even cheaper solution woud be for her to send a letter, on a fake attorney letterhead, user lawyerly-like language, and see what happens.There really isn't much that can be done. But, she should continue to push. THe pushing may may them think twice about doing it again.Toes
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