On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 11:54 AM, Mr. James Murray <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Good Morning, On behalf of B&B Sheet Metal Inc. we would like to thank you for your willingness to render services as requested. To enable you perform conflict check, do find below as you have requested one of our client information. ................. On the 15th of June 2016, the purchase and delivery of ARCHITECTURAL PANELING SYSTEM and tools, was made by the above named client, to the tune of $459,649.50, of which a down payment of $120,000 was made, with an agreement to spread the remaining balance of $330,649.5, within six  month from the date of the first down payment of $120,000 already made. This balance payment is now long overdue as our regular sales agreement was for the balance to be spread within six month from the day of delivery of good to them of which it was agreed and that the balance payment must be made payable not exceeding December 2016, or legal actions may be enforced. According to our agreement this client is over 3 months late on payment as delivery was received and confirmed in good condition since 15th of June 2016. We have been in discussion with the client, and still in discussion, but and it is not yielding any result. It is our belief that once the presence of Our Company, is established by a legal representative, your firm, if retained, our client will have no option than to comply with settlement request to avoid legal actions. We believe that a normal procedure would be for you to contact our client either by a phone call or demand letter if your services is retained. Due to the fact that we hold most of our client in high esteem and wish to keep our business relationship with them, litigation is perhaps the last option to consider, though we would like the comfort of knowing that the option is available and letting our client know that litigation may be enforced if it becomes necessary. We have decided to bring to the notice of the board, that we have already initiated legal step, and in this regards, would find it very helpful if we could receive your standard retainer agreement for review. This will enable me present your retainer agreement to the board for review, and the possibility of retaining your firms services in order for us to proceed further.The board would like to have it reviewed before your services is retained. We would be pleased to be in receipt of your retainer agreement documents for our review. We are grateful for your anticipated services. Do acknowledge receipt as we look forward to a prompt reply from you. Faithfully, James Murray B&B Sheet Metal Inc.