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the amount of money is $15,000.
The dispute is whether I can reclaim the money by explaining that they, (the opposing party), has committed an economic crime. My viewpoint is that if I have committed a damage to them, that the damage to them is not logically worth $15,000 and that for them to take that from me without any due process of law is an even bigger damage to me than what was done to them.
A small claim in Texas has to be under $10,000, (according to the Texas website). Therefore, it follows that I have the right to be in court to argue that that is way too much money for having committed a minor damage to them.
A court case would cost many thousands of dollars for the purpose of hiring an attorney. But if my case is legally valid, I may be able to bypass the court case by sending a complaint to the FTC website. The whole issue is whether my case is considered valid by someone of your profession.