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Good morning. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. There is nothing wrong with sending a letter or email, advising of a possible cause of action which you may have against them, for the foregoing reasons. You can advise them that you would likely to try and settle this, without having to file suit and you are making a good faith attempt to do so. You can lay out your claims and causes of action and share whatever evidence you have, to show and convince them of the allegations. As long as you have a good faith basis to make the demand and claims, you can not get in trouble for advising them of the situation and trying to settle it without getting the courts involved.
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