oakwood debt collection

by robert
(dallas, tx)

They called my job and my sister. My co worker interrupted a meeting talking about how I would be arrested. They are now oakwood. Called back and I got a message that said hold on as they were oakwood company.

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Nov 04, 2013
oakwood debt collection
by: Debtcollectionanswers.com

So sorry! I recommend that you contact the collection agency right away and let it know that your employer does not want you contacted on the job. I assume that is true. Follow up by putting the same information in a letter. Make a copy of the letter for your files and send it certified mail, return receipt requested. Once the collection agency knows that you should not be contacted at work, it will be violating federal law (and maybe your state's law depending on where you live). Therefore, if the calls at work continue, contact consumer law attorney right away.

Debt collectors are legally entitled to contact one or more of your family members, but only to try to find out how to get in touch with if you if they don't have that information. When they do, they cannot tell your family member why they want to reach you. So, if the collector told your sister about the money you owe, then it violated federal law (and maybe the law in your state). If that's the case, contact a consumer law attorney immediately. Your legal rights were violated.


Jan 21, 2014
Oakwood
by: AD

My son sent me a frantic email stating that the police would be there any minute to fill papers against me - I need to call this number right and talk to someone maybe they could get them to back down. Call number and it was Oakwood Debt Collection - Really - Call my job and said the same thing, - told them to hold on while I contact legal and they hung up on me

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