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I am currently working with a company who was supposed to be

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I am currently working with a company who was supposed to be helping me start a new business. From all aspects they appeared to be a reputable place. I have paid for goods and services and they have not been received. There is a regular (daily) excuse as to why. Through other sources I have found out that goods that I have paid for have never actually been ordered from the vendors and I have had to go ahead and order the items myself - thus paying for them twice. Can I press charges for theft? fraud? loss of business due to not opening on our target date?
Your recourse to recover the sum paid will be to file a civil suit. Based on the information provided, it appears the company breached its agreement. Before filing suit consider writing a demand letter. Send the letter via certified mail, return receipt requested, and include a deadline for a response. If no response is received, then consider filing suit. There is not any indication of theft, rather this appears to be a breach of contract situation.

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