Has anyone heard of Eagle Recovery Associates,
of Peoria, IL? Ph 1-800-706-3210
They apparently decided it was time to send a letter, 2 WEEKS after daily phone calls started. As usual, the caller, with foreign accent, left absolutely NO useful information.
Only thing they bothered to do, is wake me up in the middle of the night, with their message(s). Middle of MY night anyway. I work all night, so I sleep all day. Unable to accept phone calls between 8AM and 9PM.
Only time I take call during those hours are if I specifically asked for a return call. And those are extremely rare occasions!!
Planning on getting several DV letters sent, regarding unknown situations with places I have not, and will not do business with.
As always, information is greatly appreciated!
I'm so broke, I can't even afford to pay attention!
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