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Yes, they have paid in about half of what is owed
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What about the money I would have made on my stocks during the time they didn't pay in. Is there any compensation for that
They told me they would pay 20% for all late payments. Does that sound like a fair compensation
Hello again, John.Yes, that does sound like a fair settlement of your claim under most circumstances unless you would have had a very significant return on your investment, which is not likely in the short-term.
They actually didn't pay in 2011 and 2012 payments. They are current on 2013
If they are paying up to current is it worth it. They have paid in all of 2011 and they said they will pay in 2012 this month. They are good people, I am just frustrated
Thank you for your help. If this doesn't happen as they say can I contact you again. If so how?
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