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Running, Hiding, Ignoring?

Updated: Oct 9, 2018

Do you have bill collectors calling and chasing you down? Are you a professional who has an unhappy client? Do you have a buyer who is unhappy with their purchase?


These are common, every-day, problems. And, if these problems are ignored, the chance that you will end up in a lawsuit is very high. Then you’ll have two problems – the original problem and a costly lawsuit


Consider taking action to resolve your common, every-day, problems instead of trying to ignore them hoping they go away. There’s no harm in trying.


Most people perceive those who take action to resolve their own problems as being responsible and professional. Most people and companies who take action to resolve their problems spend less time and money resolving problems as compared to people and companies who try to ignore problems and who end up in court and hiring lawyers.


Registering your problem at No Lawyers Allowed is free and confidential. Agreeing to give mediation a shot is a great way to let people and companies involved in your problem know that you are responsible, professional, and committed to finding resolution and moving on.

Give No Lawyers Allowed a try. You will be surprised how relived it makes you feel, and how responsible and professional it will make you appear.


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