Nco Group Calling Relatives
This company has been calling my mother who is 88 and my children who are all adults. They call continuously and I do not live with any of them. They bought a old account apparently that was beyond the statue of limitations. My youngest son broke his neck when he was 14, I had to quit work and take care of him this was 6 years ago and I still do his home health care 24/7 today.
They have told my self and my mother and my other sons that papers are going to be served will someone be home and if your not her then have a photo ID. They have called me a liar and called 6 times in a 5 minute period last week.
They have not acted in a professional manner at all.
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