:( My nightmare with Route 66 is back...I paid my loan off with Route 66 in full in 2006 with the help of you great guys, along with a couple other payday loans thus taking me out of my hole. I also sent letter out to stop further harassment and I have been payday loan free for almost four year (I will never do it again). Recently Iâ€™ve received several calls at my place of employment from â€œMorgan and Associatesâ€ from a women with the same voice and accent by the name of Anna or sometimes Amy, she calls my place of employment several times a day asking my co-workers for my personal information and when not given sheâ€™s very rude. When I finally spoke with her I attempted to obtain information to contact her at a more convenient time she was reluctant but then gave be a number with an 815 area code, when asked the amount owed she stated $800. I informed her that the payday loan was only for $325 loan was taken out in 2006 but it has long been satisfied, could she send me proof and to also stop calling my place of employment she then became very rude telling me to â€œshut upâ€ â€œand just pay what I oweâ€. When I said â€œexcuse meâ€ she then began to yell and tell me sheâ€™s going to get me fired and call a thousand times a day then file charges. I know this is just scare tactics but how can I fight this quietly and stop the verbal abusive and harassing phone calls at my job?
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