I sent Nationwide a letter telling them that they were no longer permitted to call me on any of my phone numbers. I sent it certified return receipt, and in the letter clearly indicated that I will continue to pay the original debt (Amex).
I knew they had received it only 2 days after I sent it, but today I have the return receipt in hand. What should I do now?
They called my home number twice today and at least twice on my cell. I haven't answered, cause I'm not sure how to handle this.
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