A company we do business with had an internal split and formed two companies. I have not received any documentation on who is due the receivables. How do I make sure that both companies do not try to bill for the same invoices? Should I require any documents before paying the invoices?
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I would send a letter to both companies outlining what you said, and request that you be invoiced by the company to whom the debt is owed.
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