Last edited by Cat's Squirrel; 18th February 2017 at 07:31 AM.
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There is no need for a writ or legal fees if the amount being claimed is relatively minor. The small claims court can deal with it very easily.
I'm in the UK so I don't know about the US but over here I simply wrote a letter to my local org telling them I wanted my money back. They contacted me to say they would give it to me but asked me to wait because they didn't have it.
I agreed to wait but eventually I filed a claim with the small claims court and the CoS paid me on the day before the case was due.
No legal fees, just a small filing fee.
Note that this was over 10 years ago so I don't know if the legal forms the CoS has introduced lately make any difference to their repayment policies.
I seem to recall that receptionists and security are also drilled on how to avoid receiving service or making it difficult for a processor to find the right person or place to give service. You can rack up fees every time a service is attempted and that may not be recoverable in a settlement.
Why not just leave all that blah blah out and say "Registered mail can now be accepted"...end of story?
Whenever they get into the weeds in official docs like this it makes me think there is some serious behind the scenes CYA going on. They are like this with evals - pointing to completely miscellaneous incoherent BS like it is some super profound observation and then basing a whole program around it. Maybe in this case they just couldn't separate their obsessive compulsive data evaluator hat from their PR hat and Issue Authority just rubber stamped it as a little window into the dysfunctional collective hive mind.