Harrassment at Work

by Wanda
(Allentown, PA, USA)

Mr. George Islas asked for my place of employment to confirm if I worked there. I was a complete fool. Now he calls and leaves messages with the receptionist. I do not need for my fellow workers to know my business.

Reply from DebtCollectionAnswers.com:


If you tell a debt collector to stop calling you at work, those calls must stop. We recommend you send the collector a certified letter explaining you cannot take these calls and work and instructing him to stop calling you at work. Once he has received your letter, those calls must stop.

If he continues to call you at work after getting your letter, he has broken the law and you can consult a consumer law attorney.

For more information about your rights, we recommend you read the first chapter of Debt Collection Answers - it is posted online to read or download for free.

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Mar 01, 2013
by: Anonymous

Actually if you just tell them to stop they will.

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