Okay, so I had my husband mail and fax ach revoke letters to CashNet like 2 weeks ago. Plus I got the banking operations ach dept. at our bank to block cash net from ever debiting our account.
Now my hubby is getting frustrated that they keep calling him at work, even when he is not there and he does not have an office job so it is really annoying. I told him that the next time they call to tell them to cease the calls and all communication must be via e-mail or US mail.
should he send a C&D letter as well. Does CashNet (if anyone knows) respect such letters or do they still call?
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