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What do you do when your customer who accounts for 33% of your revenue declares insolvency ?

There is a product say SP-100 for which A is the exclusive customer. A contributes to 33 % of my business revenue. The delivery of order from A is due in 6 months. Now A has declared insolvency. What do I do now ? Rip off A and recover money or give him some time for recovery and do a bit of gamble ?

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