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This company called my job and left a voicemail, which was very rude.They wanted me to pay them in full NOW!

I explained to him that I couldn't meet his demands & was told that I have 3 hours to pay in full or he was going to turn me in to the authorities. I told the guy that I was @ work and couldn't leave and he told me that he doesn't normally make payment arrangements. And that I had to 6 pm to call him back with a receipt number or else. I'm not going to settle for this.

I am going to file a complaint against this company myself.

Monetary Loss: $482.

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An easy way to handle them:

1) Listen. Go over whatever it is with them.

2) Ask many questions about specific details.

3) Agree with their concerns.

4) Suggest their course of action.

Let's suppose for argument's sake you owe them: Wouldn't it difficult to pay them if your job were jeopardized? Shouldn't they help you get a raise, promotion or better employment instead of increasing their and your anxiety levels?

Wouldn't that make for a cool collections agency?

"We help people get ahead but we still send half-naked, overweight picketers to their place of residence until they pony up."

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