NCO Calling My Job
(Los Angeles, CA United States)
I have to say they are one of the worst company I have ever dealt with. They call 4 to 5 time a day. One day I was seating at work and I answer my work phone and they said who they were. I was so upset. I left my desk and called them on my cell phone and told them I was recording the conversation. I ask them did I give them approval to call my job, I ask the question about 10 times before they said "No" you did not give me approval to call the job. I filed a compliant again them.
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Sue, the FDCPA is very clear on this issue. If you tell a debt collector you can't take their calls at work, those calls must stop. If they continue, You can talk with a consumer law attorney with experience in debt collection cases. Learn how to get low cost or FREE legal help with your debt collection problem here. There is no fee unless you recover. If the collection agency has broken the law, you may be entitled to damages and your attorney's fees.
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