HURT? FRUSTRATED? PERPLEXED? PRAY!

I had arranged to sell a large estate for a client and found a buyer for him. The commission on the sale would have enabled me to put down a deposit on a house of my own. But, to my bewilderment, on closing the transaction, the buyer told the seller I was not responsible for his purchase of the house.

He made this claim despite the fact that the seller had registered letters from me documenting my part in the transaction. The seller left me to resolve the situation with the other agent. None of my friends and colleagues could believe what had happened. When no solution seemed forthcoming, litigation seemed like the only answer.

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