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I ordered two boxes of checks from Checks Unlimited out of a Sunday supplement and sent them a check for the total amount including Priority Mail. The checks arrived in plenty of time before I ran out of my previous supply of checks.

Then yesterday came an envelope fromn Checks Unlimited that on the outside said Invoice Enclosed. I thought, "What!? I paid for them."

A note with an invoice for $12.40 said I had responded to an introductory offer but their records show I have ordered from them before, and introductory rates are limited to new customers.

I already have the checks. I do not remember ordering from them in the past, but if they say I have, I suppose I have. What would Checks Unlimited do to me if I did not pay the $12.40? Sue me in Small Claims Court? Do nasty things to my credit rating?

I do plan to pay the $12.40. They are trusting me to do the right thing and pay it, and I do tend to be an ethical person.

What would you do?

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