There is due and owing by V*I to K.T. the sum of $23,613.00 in respect of goods supplied and invoiced to V*I. The relevant invoices date from December 2010 to June 2011.
26 March 2014 - K.T. wrote to V*I noting the then balance of $30,613.00, attaching a statement of account and threatening proceedings.
31 March 2014 - V*I offered to pay $1,000 a month acknowledging the debt in handwriting on an enclosed cheque.
September 2014 - After 7 monthly payments of $1,000, V*I payments ceased in September 2014 leaving a balance of $23,613.00 due and owing.
28 January 2015 - K.T. threatened V*I with proceedings if payments were not reinstated.
Relevant invoices and letters can be provided if Burt and Associates are in a position to act for K.T.
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