got a call from the "garnishment office"
Mon, 08/11/2008 02:51
can't remember if it's from payday yes or payday loan yes, but I had loans out from both of these companies. In both cases I have paid back far more than I borrowed and also in both cases I sent out cease and desist letters, etc.
Are they allowed to call me at work if I have already sent them notification that they are not to do so? What can I do about this? Should I call them back? My account is closed and my money is safe, but I would like to nip this contact in the bud if I can.
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