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- Subject: Zayo Extortion
- From: amitchell at isipp.com (Anne Mitchell)
- Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2016 08:45:29 -0600
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
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>> to say "our accounting system does not track invoice details -- it only shows the total amount due so your numbers mean nothing to us."
>> All the while they relentlessly levied disconnect threats with short timelines such as: "if you don't pay us $128,000 by this Friday,
>> we will shut your operation down."
>> At one point their lawyers and accounting people had the nerve to say "our accounting system does not track invoice details
> Are you talking with your SP's lawyers without your a legal team of
> your own present and advising you?
> I think one of the first things they should tell you is not to discuss
> pending disputes in public. Time to get
> a consultation with your own Lawyers to assist with billing dispute
> resolution, ASAP.
Not to mention that accusing someone of a crime (extortion), in public (in this context I would argue that this is public, especially as the term 'community' was used in the allegation) is a pretty serious thing.
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