No, just a copy of the actual account statement showing the balance due.
This is a copy of the email. It does not state any attorney fees:
This office represents American Crane & Tractor Parts. Our client has a claim against Mast Brothers, Inc. in the amount of $8,178.35. Our client is willing to settle this matter in exchange for a wire for $6,000.00 for May 7, 2013 (wire instructions below). Also a post dated check in the amount of $2,178.35 date June 6, 2013. Upon the check clearing our bank American Crane & Tractor Parts agrees to release Mast Brothers, Inc. from any future litigation in this matter. We appreciate your cooperation. Please fax or email a copy of the wire confirmation tomorrow after it is complete. Thank you.
Also, the account was changed from Mast Equipment Repair, Inc. to mast brothers, Inc. without paper work and an outstanding balance.
Not, exactly, legal. I don't believe.
$6540.28 the amount paid.
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