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Non-payer in Czech Republic: what to do? (sorry, I don't speak Czech)
Thread poster: Anna Dundiy

Anna Dundiy  Identity Verified
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Oct 8, 2007

Dear Colleagues!

I am looking for some help with a famous non-payment agency based in Prague.

What common procedures exist in Czech Republic that would help to recover money from a non-payment agency?

Many thanks in advance.


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Veronika Hansova  Identity Verified
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See my email... Oct 9, 2007

Hello Anna,

since I believe I know the agency (and I cannot put its name here), I sent you an email. hope it helps a bit.

Best regards,
Veronika.


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Anna Dundiy  Identity Verified
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Many thanks Veronika Oct 9, 2007

Veronika Hansova wrote:

Hello Anna,

since I believe I know the agency (and I cannot put its name here), I sent you an email. hope it helps a bit.

Best regards,
Veronika.


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