Collection letter below
Burbank Embroidery, Inc.
Attention: Greg D. Russell
Street, Suite B
Broomfield, Colorado 80020
RE: Denver Advertising
Total Amount Due: $1,119.31
Dear Mr. Russell:
This letter will advise you that this firm has been retained by Denver Advertising regarding two embroidery projects undertaken by Burbank Embroidery for Denver Advertising. As you know, Denver Advertising delivered two shipments of shirts, each clearly marked for the logo applicable to each order. Nevertheless, Burbank Embroidery put both logos on all of the shirts thereby rendering all shirts unusable. Denver Advertising hereby demands that Burbank Embroidery reimburse it for the cost of the shirts.
This letter will constitute Denver Advertisings final demand that this matter be resolved immediately. Accordingly,
please forward payment in full in the amount of $1,119.31 payable to Denver Advertising and delivered to my attention at 851 Clarkson Street, Denver, Colorado 80218. Be further advised that the above-specified debt will be assumed to be valid unless, within thirty days from the receipt of this letter, you dispute the validity of the debt, or any portion thereof. Upon the receipt of written notification that you dispute the debt, verification of the debt will be provided to you. We may proceed with
suit against you regarding this account without waiting the thirty-day period, if so requested by our client.
This letter is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to resolve this matter in an amicable fashion. If this matter is not resolved, Denver Advertising will have little alternatively but to begin litigation to enforce its rights and to recover all damages that may be recoverable including interest at the legal rate.
Very truly yours,
Jeffrey B. Klaus