I am trying to recover from PDL hell, and low and behold me and about 3 of my family members are getting calls from someone by the name of Alexis Mills @ 844-261-1170 & 844-270-0399 threatening that they are coming to my job and home to serve papers for a court case # DA17257.. she says she is w/Fulton County, which is where I live in GA, and tells me that if I have questions call the plaint-ifs office .. this started Fri.. no papers.. called again today.. I picked up my desk phone and she starts talking to me as if I am who she wants me to be, so I ask her who is she looking for and I transfer her to some other line.. she calls back and as all her messages leaves my last 4 SS# on the voicemail, which should be illegal.. I need to track down who this is so that I can write a letter.. any advise?
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