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He invested $30,000 towards a company I started a couple of months after I launched. On the contract, I would agree to give 11% of the company and I would have to pay it back in a year. The entire 30k and more was spent on office space and startup costs. We didn't resign the lease because the company was not generating enough money, it is now a home-based business again and is not profitable at this point. I told the investor that the company cannot pay the entire 30k at this time due to the lack of profits. He insisted that I take out a business loan to pay him and I said no, I would rather pay him what the company can afford on a monthly basis. I get a letter from a law firm stating that I must pay 5k a month for 6 months or I will get sued. What can I do?