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To the Editor:
—I was interested in your article on the Robison National Clearing Company of Albany, N. Y. I have had a little experience with this company and believe that you should know about these things. In February, 1930, a representative of the World Wide Adjusting Company (a subsidiary of the Robison National Clearing Company) called at my office and asked that I give him some of my bad accounts, stating that his company was going to compile a book of Lagrange County, listing all "dead beats," whom they owed, etc. He stated that every one who turned over any accounts to him would secure one of these books. He canvassed business houses in town, telling the same story. He had a booklet, which he showed me, on another county, similar, he said, to the one to be prepared on Lagrange County.Being new and unacquainted in this community,
Kendrick FJ. ROBISON NATIONAL CLEARING AND WORLD WIDE ADJUSTING COMPANIES. JAMA. 1931;96(7):549. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720330069030
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