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To: Reseller Mike who wrote (685)9/4/2014 1:46:59 PM
From: Rawnoc  Read Replies (1) of 704
Doubtful. We're talking about an attorney's office that said it didn't receive the fax. What are the odds that the attorney's office is lying AND it can be proven it is lying?

A receipt on the sender's end of a Fax isn't good enough. Most faxes are electronic these days anyway and any number of things could have gone wrong. I speak from frustrating experience how many times I've had to resend electronic faxes and vice-versa. You should ALWAYS follow up with a phone call and verify receipt of the fax. It's a pretty simple procedure that two attorney firms are more than capable of doing. If that wasn't done, the Plantiff is attempting to play dirty and it won't fly.

But what do I know....I only called every legal thing accurately from day 1.

I'll take a biscuit.
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