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There is no way to know for sure but honestly to me if they were investigating you they would have contacted you at some point.
You can certainly dispute all of this in court and present your side of all of this.It sounds like an angry investor to me and nothing more.
That is what I figured. My wife was afraid the Black Tahoe was going to show up at the front door with an arrest warrant, whereas I figured they would call and schedule an appointment to discuss first.
They would certainly do some investigating including offering you a chance ot discuss it with them.I really think this is jsut posturing.I mean how woudl the other side really know either.
Sometimes these guys are just rattling the cage as you say.
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