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Send back the summons!

Finn: Sol

This tactic is to send back the summons (return-to-sender) to avoid making ‘an appearance’ which is to accept and grant jurisdiction.


This also leverages the concept of Service of Process, which is something thou should definitely learn! That linked page also touches on the concept of making ‘special appearance’ to challenge jurisdiction.


Neutral response

Print & Cut along dotted line

These enclosed documents were inadvertently received and opened by mistake. These enclosed document(s), which appear to be____________________________________________________, are not understandable, acknowledgeable, or recognizable under the penalty of False Personation must be returned.

The enclosure herein contains the aforementioned and misdirected documents; as there is not enough knowledge or information disclosed to form a responsive answer, said documents are being returned forthwith.


Singular response

print & cut along dotted line!


I inadvertently received the enclosed document(s) which appear to be: _________________________________________________________________________________
I do not know what this is all about. I do not understand or recognize these document(s).

I do not have enough knowledge or information to form a responsive answer.

So, I am returning these document(s),





Place documents to be returned in a new envelope.

Address new envelope with document sender’s address, also use this address as the return address. DO NOT use YOUR name or address on this envelope,

Do not use any headings or signature on your response. The object is to return the presentment in the most neutral, non-committal manner possible Immediately.

Do not rebut the issue or address anything in their documents. You simply return unwanted presentments. This is simply a misdirected posting being returned to the sender.

Consider adding ‘Third-party Affidavit of Mailing” on the envelope and note and having a friend witness thou placing materials in envelope and sending.