Here is a copy of the email from their laywer. They are asking for something valuable to me....my wages. Does thjs help?
After speaking with them, they would take $15,000 up front. The rest would be paid as follows: $100 per pay period, not per month, and each tax return you receive until the balance of $27,500 is paid. That should take a little over 2 years maximum. They are willing to give you two weeks to get the $15,000 to my office. There is no further negotiation or compromise of this. Payment of the $15,000 is expected by July 20, 2012, and $100 per pay period will start the first pay period in August
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