A person by the name of Mary Jennings of Jennings, Roberts and Associates (her words exactly), left a message that there was an urgent legal matter with them that required my immediate attention and that i or my attorney should return her call at the same number. I called and amazingly enough, Ms. Jennings was in a "meetings with the attorney's" and the lady answering the phone would be able to help me. When when I asked what this was about she stated that it was regarding a payday loan with some company that I never heard of, that I hadn't paid and when I expressed that she became extremely rude and short with me and began asking questions about where I bank. When I told her that I wouldn't be answering any more questions but had some of my own, she said she will just document my refusal to work with the service and since it is pretrial they would just go ahead and file the hearing. I can't find a single thing about this Jennings, Roberts and Associates or any Mary Jennings. I had payday loans years back but took the advice given here and as far as I am aware have settled each one. Any ideas folks?
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