I haven't been here long, but not only is it the bad debt collectors that give their business a bad name, but these "trolls" that come here and try to upset the apple cart by telling them they "ought to work something out with the CA" when they don't even owe anything.
Or give them false info. Are collectors really that evil? Or is it that they don't want people to know the truth, because if everyone knew their rights and how to get out of debt, collectors would be out of a job?
Why are they so worried? Collectors will always have a job, as long as there are debts. But some don't care about people's rights, they just want to get their money
by whatever means possible. I realize trolls exist at about every forum, and if they are not trolls, maybe they just act like it.
I realize we all can give wrong info from time to time, but when a person does it all of the time to upset people, I think it's wrong.
Maybe a lot of bill collectors think anyone that might be a debtor is scum, and debtors think likewise about bill collectors.
Well, that's all I got to say, like I said, just curious and just messing. It's just a shame some people will resort to anything to get what they want.Even if it violates laws and human rights. 8)
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