can you please explain why we do not qualify as the county attorney will not. Is theft not a different statute then bad check? Could I just call the police and report theft instead of bad check or is a bad thing. I guess I'm just looking for an explanation I thought this was a cut an dry.
In fact the county attorneys office just repeats themself, these check don't qualify we cannot accept them in our program talk to a lawyer to proceed in civil court. No explanation or anything.
In your opinion would this qualify as fraud or theft under general law or am I barking up the wrong tree?
I don't want to piss off the county attorneys office in the county I do busisness.
What about the whole required two signatures on the check thing? This was another category we fell into. Most corporate checks we take require two signatures either from a treasure/supervisor and LLC member or Inc board member.
Both signatures were on the check
I've taken the civil route before and never got anything back which is why I'm trying for other options. Most of the time a company files bankruptcy if they don't want to pay here.
Thanks for the help I'm going to call them Monday
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