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    dreadlockednmd Guest

    Refusal of certified letter

    What is the name of your state? Maryland

    OK.. I am trying to send this guy a letter of demand for my money. I sent it certified mail and he has refused it twice. What else can I do?

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    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    In the good old US of A

    You may want to utilize other ways of having them served .

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    dreadlockednmd Guest

    Wasn't serving him.

    I was attempting in good faith to send him a letter of demand. He has refused the letters, for himself and his father both times. Even though I haven't gotten the receipt back, I checked on [url]www.usps.com[/url] which is the United States Postal Service website. I'm just trying to figure out if I should proceed with filing suit since he refused the letter, which was notorized by the way.

    Thanks for any advice you can give.

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    Join Date
    May 2000
    Catatonic State
    Use the medieval method of the arrow w/note stuck in his front door.
    The note says "pay up or your head will be next"

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    Join Date
    Jun 2000
    Somnambulist University
    A lot of persons, including debtors, know that good news is NOT delivered by certified mail and they simply refuse to accept delivery.
    And though it might cost a little more, I have found that sending the information by FedEx or UPS letter envelope will usually get their signatures.... and worth the extra few bucks.

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