I am in Texas. Yesterday me and my boss and my HR debt and my husband began getting calls. 23 calls since yesterday. The person says that they are going to being a written notice of legal proceedings against me to my home and work. They asked me to call a # so I did. It is integrity advanced loan (or so they say). They say I took out this loan in 2010. I have no record of this company although I did take out a couple pay day loans back then. Any advice? I am suddenly afraid they might actually come to my workplace.
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