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I am a UK freelance photo retoucher and have a New York client who is a freelance body painter. We are both registered businesses. We have worked together for 2 years and she currently owes £1,178.82 ($1,661.47) which has been due since November when I was told the work was completed. She has been giving excuses for the past 3 months and is now disputing the amount that is due, and is ignoring all attempts at contact.


We are looking to collect from individuals and small business on Average 20 accounts that are past due 90+ days.


I was hoping that I would be able to collect on my own, but unfortunately I keep getting the same responses over and over from the company owner of whom I am the IT Consultant / Network manager for their company. I submitted a proposal and was selected by the CEO of SC, Mr. D S, to upgrade their computer hardware, software, and network. I completed this work during April and May. When the billing was submitted and I was asked to draw up a payment agreement and service contract for SC. So, I put together a payment agreement for SC to pay off the cost of the job over a 12 month period of time starting in June of 2010. Along with this payment agreement, SC also signed a service contract with me for an additional monthly fee to provide service and support for their network. To date, the payment agreement to pay for the work completed in upgrading their network in April/May of 2010 has not been paid for the months of August, September, October November, and December of 2010. Also, the service contract has not been paid for the Month of August, September, October, November, or December of 2010 in which I upheld my part of the contract. At this point, I am refusing to do any other work until the billing is current. Along with this, on November 2010 they had a major problem with their network and lost connection to their server and the internet in which I had to visit the office to fix the problem. I did so under the condition that they pay the billing that was due. They agreed and wrote me 2 checks dated for November and December 2010 assuring me the funds would be available on those given dates. Knowing that they had bounced 4 checks on me in the past, I have been to the bank 2-3x a week since the dates on the checks have passed and asked the teller if the funds were available in the account the checks are drawing from. They have informed me that their aren't sufficient funds in the account and as a result if I did deposit the 2 checks, they would bounce. So I am waiting once again, and every time I contact the company, I get an apology and no information about when they I will get paid for the work I have done. Please let me know if you would be able to help me collect.


We operated an executive suite in Larkspur, CA (we master lease space from a building and sublease the offices to businesses). A tenant vacated and defaulted on payments and owe us $15,296.13. The sublease was made out to a company but was personally guaranteed by the individual who officed with us. He has admitted via e-mail multiple times that he owes the debt and given intention to pay it but has not. We have since sold the business and the client is now based in New York and we are looking to collect.