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thank you. The burden of proof is upon the company to adduce evidence in respect of any contract they claim exists and under which you oh any debt to the company. it is not upon you to prove that you do not owe the company money. Were that the case, then the position would be absurd where anyone can claim anyone else owes the money and it would then be for that person to prove that they do not which is obviously not how things work.
As such, if the company owes you money, you can put them to strict proof as regards ***** ***** your indebtedness to the company which presumably at a minimum would include evidence of signed terms and conditions or voice recording or other evidence of the contract as well as agreement as regards ***** ***** an invoice and subject to which, you deny any liability to the company in question
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