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Subject:  Re: Call from Lawyer Date:  5/30/2001  10:21 AM
Author:  ishtarastarte Number:  73194 of 312534

I would never, ever NEVER pay a dime to any creditor where I might be confused as to what (if any) I owe without getting the facts in writing. To do otherwise would be one of the most UNFoolish things I could think of.

I absolutely believe in paying what I owe, and if it ever turned out that I owed to a creditor, I'd surely want to make good on that. However, if this happened, it goes without saying that I want to be very sure that what is claimed that I owe is truly what I owe. Therefore, I'd want to see everything documented first. If the documentation proves true that I do indeed owe money, then I'd do everything in my power to pay it.

Hmmm...I must be confused because I couldn't imagine anyone not agreeing with this.

Hey, Tony agreed with me!


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