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What is a "Debt Owed" Demand Letter?This demand letter should be used when one or more creditors are seeking to collect a debt which is past due from one or more debtors. This letter outlines the amount of the debt, and also provides a description of the transaction creating the debt. Immediate payment of the debt can be demanded, or a settlement may be proposed to resolve the matter without involving litigation. The debtor is advised of the potential legal consequences for failing to adhere to this demand letter.What is an "Action Required" Demand Letter?This demand letter should be used when one or more people require a certain action be performed by one or more people. This letter outlines the action to be performed by the receipients of this letter. Documentation may be provided to explain and backup this demand. The recipients of this letter are advised of the potential legal consequences for failing to adhere to this demand letter.What is an "Insurance Claim" Demand Letter?This demand letter should be used when an accident victim is trying to reach a settlement with an insurance company. The letter outlines the claim information, including details of the incident such as injuries and expenses. It also asks for a final settlement amount within a specified deadline in exchange for the victim's right to sue. It advises the insurer that if they do not reach a settlement, the claimant will pursue their claim in court.What is an "NSF check" Demand Letter?This demand letter should be used when a check written by a debtor is returned by the debtor's bank due to insufficient funds or the account being closed. This letter outlines the check details (number, date and payment amount) and explains why the bank returned the check. The debtor is advised to pay the amount of the check plus bank and mailing costs, in order to avoid legal proceedings.What is a "Stop Payment" Demand Letter?This demand letter should be used when a person owing money to a creditor makes payment in the form of a check, but then later instructs the bank to stop the check. The creditor can use this demand letter to secure payment of the debt, plus bank and mailing fees. This letter advises the debtor of the legal consequences for failing to adhere to this demand letter. It also urges the debtor to resolve the debt with the creditor, if the debtor believes he/she has a good faith dispute.

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July 29th, 2016

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Dear Sir:

You were to have paid the amount of  $_______USD (the "Debt") to me on July 29, 2016 and this Debt remains outstanding despite my requests for payment. The Debt relates to:
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For your reference I have enclosed a copy of ____________________.

Without prejudice to my rights for full recovery of the Debt, I am prepared to accept the amount of $_______USD as full and final settlement of the Debt if paid within _______ days from the date of this letter.

Please note that if I have to commence legal proceedings in order to secure repayment of the debt owing, this letter will be tendered in court as evidence of your failure to attempt to resolve this matter. Further, you may be liable for any court costs, attorney fees and damages, including punitive damages.

You might want to contact a lawyer to discuss your legal rights and responsibilities.

Yours sincerely,

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