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Q: Hello, I took an online course and the company is located in NM, yet they don't pick up the official notice sent to them

I took an online course on dropshipping and the company omitted to let me know that in order to achieve any success, I'd have to invest. The course was utterly expensive and I don't have more funds to invest. If I knew what it was about, I would not have signed in the first place. The contract was not clear and it doesn't even mention the services I'd receive. So I sent an official notice, but they won't pick it up from the Postal Office. I'd like to bring that to court, as I do have a case. But I don't know how to do that. As they ignore me, all they want is that me to continue the online course and quit asking for my money back.

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1 Lawyer Answer
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you want to bring the matter to court but don't know how to do that, as you describe, one option could be to reach out to attorneys to try to set up a short free consult to discuss the most cost-effective route. Check the terms of the course, as many courses impose short windows of time for cancellation, withdrawl, etc. Good luck

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