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(1) Immediately send a Notice of Liability to the utility company CEO. Unless you state your position on the record and make Notice of Liability to the truly responsible parties, you are presumed to agree with their terms and conditions. Sign and send the NoL by certified mail, signed receipt. Always keep copies and receipts.
(2) In about 24 days send another copy with the title "SECOND NOTICE".
(3) In 10 days send a third copy along with a Notice of Default to the same officer with a third copy of the original notice, all by certified mail, save all written responses you may receive. The notice process is legally referred to as "Perfected Administrative Process". If you only send one notice the courts may not recognize it as "perfected" notice.
(4) We recommend writing your utility and asking them for full information on what personal data they are collecting and who they are sharing it with. Do not speak with customer service on the phone. Write the CEO with your questions and request a response within 21 days. This inquiry, even if not answered, can protect you legally later. They are obligated to disclose any surveillance, tracking, data storage and sharing of your personal information.
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