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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by GVieve, Aug 11, 2003.
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DON'T OPEN IT...leave it as is...you will need it for SMALL CLAIMS COURT...
You can get them for WILLFULL NON-COMPLIANCE
Buy refusing your mail...they have given you a point to your side (towards a WIN)
There is a long-standing principle in law that "deliberate ignorance and positive knowledge are equally culpable." (United States v. Jewell, 532 F2d 697, 1976).
What this means is that by refusing certifie dmail, they have not relieved themselves of the consequences of the contents of that letter.
Just act like they got the letter and proceed. Save the unopened letter as evidence.