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You need to send a demand letter stating that the organization entered into a verbal contractual arrangement with you to make uniforms in exchange for the full amount and that the organization is in breach of the agreement in that it has failed to fully pay and still owes $4,000.00 for payment.
You need to contact the Texas Secretary of State
at Phone -(NNN) NNN-NNNN You need to ask them who the registered agent for service of process is for the organization and the address for service of process. Then you need to send the letter by certified mail to the agent for service of process. You need to put a deadline for the time to pay and tell them that if you do not get payment that you will sue them in small claims
court. Also, I would send a letter to the President of the board, or if there is an executive director, send it to him/her.
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