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ARCHIVED  June 18, 1999

ACT plays hard-to-get

As creditors flocked to Larimer District Court armed with suits against Applied Computer Technology Inc. claiming unpaid debts, sheriff’s deputies and process servers scrambled to serve papers on company managers.

Their job wasn’t easy.

Jacques Machol III, a Denver lawyer who represents three ACT creditors, had to hire a private detective after the Larimer County sheriff’s officers and a private process server came up empty at ACT’s business address and at the home of company vice president Cynthia Koehler.

“We have made repeated attempts to serve both defendant Cynthia E. Koehler and defendant Applied Computer Technology,” Machol wrote in an April 30 letter to the court. “We have retained a private investigator to look into this matterä”

Machol enclosed reports from the sheriff’s office and Express Process Service on their efforts.

“We have tried to serve them many times with no success,” a sheriff’s deputy reported. “They are avoiding. Maybe a private server could sit on the house.”

The private company fared the same.

“Attempted service 20 times on Cindy Koehler at the address [in] Fort Collins,” the Greeley-based firm reported to Machol. “All the shades were drawn and once there was a car in the drive, but she wouldn’t come to the door, even when we pounded on her windows. ä I don’t think we’ll be able to serve.”

As creditors flocked to Larimer District Court armed with suits against Applied Computer Technology Inc. claiming unpaid debts, sheriff’s deputies and process servers scrambled to serve papers on company managers.

Their job wasn’t easy.

Jacques Machol III, a Denver lawyer who represents three ACT creditors, had to hire a private detective after the Larimer County sheriff’s officers and a private process server came up empty at ACT’s business address and at the home of company vice president Cynthia Koehler.

“We have made repeated attempts to serve both defendant Cynthia E. Koehler and defendant Applied Computer Technology,” Machol wrote in an April 30 letter…

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