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How much are we talking here? Does the email mention anything about payment terms please?
Was anything discussed about notice or whether or not you could end the contract?
OK - then they can't sue you for breach of contract.
You could end and give no notice, there is no contract to say that you have to give notice.
So this sounds like hot air to me.
Unless notice was given then they can not sue you.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
If they try and you sue, if they bring the claim they have to prove it.
Nothing in writing