shadow99 Posted July 20, 2020 Report Share Posted July 20, 2020 I sent a DV letter certified mail to a collector on July 1 in response to their initial letter dated June 9. They called me today so I checked to see if they had delivered the letter. USPS's website said they attempted delivery on July 9 & 10 and left notices. On both days, no one was available to accept the mail. I called them today to ask them if they were going to accept. All they would do was ask me what they could do to get this paid. When I kept insisting that they needed to accept my mail, they questioned me about the nature of the dispute. I just kept saying they needed to pick up the letter. I have also emailed them with the specifics of the mail - tracking number, mailed date, attempted deliveries, deadline for delivery before return. If they don't pick it up by July 23, it will be returned to me on July 24th. What do you do if they refuse to take certified mail? Is that a violation of the FDCA? Thanks in advance for any answers. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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