I have received a couple phone calls from a RORY from ROVO and associates who works with Frontier Financial Group. He states that I need to pay 3899 in full or I will be sued for my paying my best buy bill. This is the first time I have heard from anything having to do with my best buy account for 3 months. I just paid $180 on it in January and now they are telling me I am being sued because I defaulted on a credit card. They said they sent me a letter but I did not receive one and they sent me an e-mail, but it is very vague and telling me something completely different than the guy on the phone was telling me. I have looked online and most people tell me frontier financial group is a phony and just trying tog et your money, I just want to do what is right. Should I contact the original credit I was working with and figure this out because coughing up money to a company I am not sure of. They also have a D+ rating with the BBB.
Any advice would be great! Thank you.
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