Debt Collector Calling/Harassing my Neighbors and Parents
Thu, 06/14/2007 06:47
A debt collector is harassing my neighbor, asking for my phone number. My neighbor did not give them any information and they started to scream at them. They ask my neighbors how long have they been living at that address, and why they know nothing about their neighbors. They have been calling my parents everyday, even on Sundays at 8:30am, is this legal? What can I do to stop this harassment.
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