Firm Claims ChatGPT Helped It Get Pending Dues Without Lawyer In Viral Tweet

Firm Claims ChatGPT Helped It Get Pending Dues Without Lawyer In Viral Tweet

New Delhi: As ChatGPT takes the world by storm, Greg Isenberg, CEO of design agency Late Checkout, took to Twitter to narrate how ChatGPT helped him recover $109,500 without spending money and hiring a lawyer.

“Imagine a multi-billion dollar client who refused to pay you for good work rendered. Most people would turn to lawyers. I turned to ChatGPT. Here’s the story of how I recovered $109,500 without spending a dime on legal fees:” Isenberg wrote on Twitter.

In a series of tweets, Greg Isenberg described how he took help from ChatGPT to draft a ‘scary email’ to draw the attention of a client instead of hiring a lawyer.

“Our finance and operations team asked me to step in. Instead of sending another email that might fall on deaf ears or hiring an expensive lawyer to initiate debt collections, I had an idea. What if ChatGPT could draft a bit more of a scary email to draw attention?” Isenberg tweeted.

He shared the inputs he gave to the Open AI based on which it drafted a mail. He also shared Open AI’s response in another tweet.

He also said that after ChatGPT gave him a drafted mail and he forwarded the mail after making minor changes. “I changed a few minor things. My heart was racing…2 mins let’s later I get an email from an executive of the company. My hearts drops!, he tweeted. Thanking ChatGPT in a tweet, Isenberg said, best part was ChatGPT felt like the bad cop, and I felt like the good cop.

“Let’s get you guys paid”. Thanks to ChatGPT, we were able to recover the money we were owed. We couldn’t believe how quickly it worked. Best part was ChatGPT felt like the bad cop, and I felt like the good cop”.

Isenberg’s story seems to have amused people as one said told how he used to file a grievance. “One of the first things I used it for was to file a grievance on behalf of my bargaining unit”.

“Could you please share what were the minor changes? I’ve been trying to use ChatGPT scripts for cold openings but they seem phony,” wrote another user. A user named Ryker said, “Would’ve been crazy to see them reply with ChatGPT as well,” to which Isenberg replied, “They probably did.”

“What A ride,” a another person wrote. “This is insane. Glad you were able to get the money back and way to be scrappy!, wrote another user. A user Codie Sanchez reacted to Isenberg’s tweets and wrote, “brilliant use of ChatGPT as first line of defense. Wonder how long until AI can completely replace lawyers,” to which latter replied, “Prompt school is the new law school.”

“Do I have permission to use this in my law school classes as a terrific example of why lawyers need to stop charging $1000 to write a letter they likely already have written 100s of times for others?,” a user wrote.









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