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Need 2nd opinion from local counsel on breach of contract letterViews: 650
Jan 20, 2009 12:51 amNeed 2nd opinion from local counsel on breach of contract letter#

Joel Goslar
Hi All,

Essentially I paid money to a programmer with a company in India to program a site. the entire project was fraud. He allured me into buying his dedicated server and all costs incurred and is responsible for refunding the entire amount. He agreed in writing to refund my money on 12/26/2006. After many calls to India asking where my refund is, he would always write he has no money.

On March 2008 I finally received less then 1/2 the refund (I spent $2360 and received via PayPal $960. I never agreed to settle for that amount.

He and his company in India are now partners with a New York company (Desktop Newyork, LLC) and an UK co. His company is doing well and expanding.

I wrote a letter requesting full refund plus interest because he breached the contract agreement and kept my money for over 1 year and 3 months. I got it edited by an editor with a practicing J.D. from Maine. The editor suggested: "you should consider consulting with local counsel for assistance even before sending this response."

Thus I would like to know if a local lawyer can look over my 1 page response letter before I send it to the programmer in India. I really appreciate all the help.

Thanks in advance.

Best,

Jovius (Joel)

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