Question regarding letter before small claims court

Discussion in 'Legal and HR' started by businesshelp, Dec 5, 2013.

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    A company refused to pay my invoice for services with very little in the way of an explanation - I spent months calling and e-mailing in an attempt to resolve the matter. Three weeks ago I sent a letter before small claims court, stating that I would take the company to court had I not received payment within 28 days. I sent this letter by special delivery and have proof that the company received my letter. I will be taking them to court in one weeks time if I do not receive payment, however I am keen to avoid this going to court and I am considering sending them an e-mail such as -

    To ....

    I have not received a response from you regarding the letter before small claims court, which was received by you on DATE. If I have not received payment of the invoice (attached) by DATE, I will be referring the matter to the small claims court.



    Is it legally ok to do this? Is this a good idea or a bad idea? Any advice would be hugely appreciated!


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