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February 14, 1931


JAMA. 1931;96(7):548-549. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720330068029

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To the Editor:  —In the fall of 1928, a representative of the National Adjusting Association, 208 West Washington Street, Chicago, called on me, and by the most unscrupulous canvass ever inflicted on me induced me to give him a list of slow accounts amounting to $6,000. I was to have monthly reports and checks with each. To my surprise, they got money from most unexpected sources—but the last check I received was May 9, 1929. I have persistently demanded an accounting from time to time, since, without effect. They dodge the issue by some demand or proposal which is necessary before they can act, and so they dangle along, evading a report.I have written the Department of Law Enforcement in Boise to see if these people are legally qualified since 1928 to operate in this state, and I believe it would be well to give this matter a little

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