Delinquent Accounts Payable

by Gary Tucker
(Kansas City KS USA)

I am behind financially with my manufacturer. About a year ago, he took the old balance I owe and has treated it as a completely separate amount from the business I have done with him since. I have sent him thousands of dollars for orders since he separated and isolated that old balance. It's like 2 accounts. The old balance keeps getting older and older. I have however paid some against the old balance as well.

Shouldn't any money I send to him be applied to the balance as a whole and not separated from one balance to another which would keep the account from growing farther and farther behind? Shouldn't the money be applied to the back end and not the front end? All the business I have done with this company has been for the same products for over 6 years.

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