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Im actually asking
How to handle shutting down my business bank account, first and foremost which is at a credit union?
I believe they will ask if I have any outstanding checks, correct?
then its criminal
I just need some time to sell it
I know if I could somehow protect myself from a small amount of debt
for a short time
I could sell this
but worrying about this debt
I mean the checks
the 3 checks equal 8 grand
I wrote them in advance for merchandise taken on consignment
and its like im robbing peter to pay paul now
I do not think he would do these things
but I need to know my rights, ya know?
so he has a check for 3K end of, march, and april and 2K which I asked him to hold for february
other than that I am not worried
he was a wholesale customer of mine who sort of tried to help
but its not working out
tons of business
but I dont have time
I like that
I thought about that
but how do you present something like that
when a former agreement is falling apart
if I say to him I can give you 500 right now
Ive lost everything
this has destroyed everything I built
well no offense but if I could get credit I would have
It says if I accept it ends this chat
when I leave this chat I dont want to bug you anymore
so you can't answer me?
what can I do, or card to play, against one person holding 3 checks that I want back
there has to be something
flee to Mexico lol
why I didn't who knows
Im an Economist, who should have gone to law school
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