Asked in Personal Injury, Consumer Law and Contracts for Washington

Q: I am being spammed by a multi billion dollar company based in Seattle.

I was once associated with this company, about a year ago.

And I used to make money with them. But later on they ended my contract and refrained from paying any dues. I lost a considerable amount under breach of contract. I am/was ok with that.

I was financially very weak then and it had a great impact on me and my life, almost fatal, I mean very close. Because I had just started making the money and it was all in my account but never get paid. I begged to them. But as I said I made mistake and maybe I deserved it.

Recently, I received emails concerning having another account and that was a positive thing for me but later I said it's upto you (Amazon) to let this account open or close. They replied that I had breached the contract once so therefore the account is now closed. But at start they were sending me w-8ben for tax purposes.

And they are plain rude in emails when I had no contact with them for years.

So, I want to ask if I can do anything about it legally?

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing

A: Consult a commercial law attorney.

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