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I would make my first action to get a Pre-Paid Legal policy for your business (http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/30foldinc). For a nominal monthly fee you can get advice from an attorney who specialized in your area of concern on an unlimited number of matters. They are also available to write letters (even collection letters) and make phone calls on your behalf under the terms of the policy. It is one of the handiest business tools I know of.
They may be in violation of U.S. anti-trust laws if they will not sell to you. If your competitor asked them not to sell, they would also be in violation/
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We had our main vendor/supplier file bankruptcy and get purchased by a competitor. Now the new company won't sell to us because our competitor store across town asked them not to. Do we have any recourse? Our credit line has been shut down, and now they are billing us for what we owed our original vendor before they shut them down. Do we still owe on our account when they won't even sell to us? Can we argue that the credit contract is null and void since it is contingent upon us being able to replenish our stock? Help!