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Is messenger or email now counted instead of sending a snail mail before filing a case?

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Arresto Menor

I was just wondering if by this time, is email/ instant message via messenger can now be used as a form of reaching out to a person before filing a case against that person?

A backstory:

We were hired to make a corporate video for a certain company, now this events company got us as a third party to make the video. They initially issued a check for their down payment but we were not able to encash it right away, but as soon as we did it bounced. Now, she promised to pay in full after the video was done. We tried contacting her through mobile, email and messenger but to no avail, she has no permanent address and she left her office already.

These past few days I can now see her back online (after 2-3 months of hiatus), with all of these info in mind, can we just send a PM/email to her and if she does not respond again, can we file a case against her?

Thank you!

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tsi ming choi

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Yes, it is considered as electronic evidence provided, it is printed out.

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