Im worried

United States
May 7, 2010 4:41pm CST
I'm worried can some of yall shed some light for me.. Okay so I got a thing in the mail that said I had a certified letter waiting for me at the post office.. I can only wonder what this is.. If you get a summons for court don't they serve you personally? because I do have unpaid bills and thats what I am scared of.. but I always thought if you got summoned it was someone giving you the papers...but isnt jury duty with a certified letter... I am only scared that it is somehting bad because everytime either one of my parents get a certified letter it is something bad.. so what are some reasons why people get them because I am seriously scared?
4 responses
@Nessa314 (58)
7 May 10
I'm sure that everything will turn out quite ok. There is no point in worrying about something when you don't know whether it is something good or bad. I think you should put the worry aside till you actually get the envelope in your hand and know what is in it. I'm sure everything will work out for the best.
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@Hatley (164670)
• Garden Grove, California
8 May 10
hi LBDR yes summons for court is served to you, but lots of people who really want to contact you rather than some one else can send certified letters. I would not worry myself sick over it, just pick it up, open find out then probably its not a biggie and you worried for nothing.
• United States
8 May 10
thankx for easing my worries.. i worry that it's a court summons cause ummm ya I am btoke
@reckon21 (3487)
• Philippines
23 Jun 10
I understand your feelings and getting worried about something that you have not known yet what it contents. But then it doesn't meant that your parents always received letter like that you will received the same too. I think you must composed your self calmly and be brave to face the truth...don't worry whatever it is it is not yet the rend of the world. I suggest that you go right there and pick up the letter and see whats in side that letter. It's better to know as soon as possible so that you can think clearly about the solution because if you ignore it...it might get worst.
@med889 (5958)
18 May 10
Well unpaid bills do arrive by mail too but you should be certain of it and its better you go to the post office to know about it once for all. Maybe its just that they want to inform you and nothing bad as you are thinking it may happens.