I was just sent a summons in the mail from Como Law in MN they are so rude to say the least! I wanted to work with them but what I could afford to give them was not to there liking. I was recently divored with out a job and could not even pay for groceries. This was in 2009 they sent a so called summons too that I never answered. I don't know if I should respond or let it go. I thought you had to have it delievered to your door my the sherrifs office to be real
Pleas let me know your thoughts I have to sent it today if it is real
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