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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2006

    Default Certified mail - do I ignore it?

    In a developing dispute regarding storage fees I just received a certified mail notice. Haven't picked the mail up yet. I contacted a lawyer and he told me not to pick it up, because it may be either a collections letter or even court serving - either way he said I shouldn't make it easier on the other party.

    So, this sounds like something I would decide on my own - but is this really the right approach? Should I ignore a certified mail and wait for someone to knock on my door (or not)?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2005


    You're right, that it is something you should decide on your own. Some people prefer to sign for the certified letter as opposed to waiting for a process server. Others would just as soon put things off. One way or the other, you don't have to sign for a certified letter you do not want.

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