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When ASCAP sends you a letter, some liken it to a visit from the mafia.

They want their money or soon you'll be in court or out of business.


"They're brutal," said Dunnigan's Pub owner Matt Davitt. Don't worry, he pays his dues, so there won't be any repercussions for him speaking frankly. "They were hounding me daily."

Don't pay and you can face paying damages of $750 per song infringement and all attorney and court costs.

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