I called Gus Johnson four years ago about a legal matter. He asked for a $250 retainer and referred me to an online collaboration service. He informed me that he does things differently and doesn't work out of an office, nor does he usually meet with clients. I was sceptical, but sent him a money order anyway. My wife called him at a later date and was told that he never received the retainer I had sent him. He told my wife that I must be lying to her. However, I have a receipt for the money order. I called him today. While we were on the phone, he said he was looking back in time at his Quicken entries and there was no record of my payment. He said that he would check another account (second set of books maybe?). At this point he acknowledged an initial contact. I believe that I can prove that he did in fact cash the money order. I called him back again and said, "send me a check for $125.00 and you can keep the balance that you may have forgotten to report to the IRS."
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