Last week I receive a call from Norman Kalina's office. Askin what was I going to do about my 2 accounts Paycheck Today and Cash Advance Network. The lady was very rude. But I held my own with her. She then connected me to Jessica Colby who did take the time to listen to me. After hearing what I had to say she told me that she was sending the accounts back to the OCs, because I had overpaid the accounts and I told her I had received letters from their states saying they were null in void. She also said if anyone called and harrassed me to call her back personally. Well today I get my mail and I guess ACA Recovery has tried to provide me with their form of DV for both accounts. All they sis was send me a copy of the online contract. What should I do now. I thought about calling back Ms. Colby and asking if she did send my accounts back or should I just send a follow up DV letter? Should I send them copies of the withdrawls from my account and copies of the letters from Oklahoma and New Mexico.
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