Ok, so I just want to ease my mind, I got a call this morning (after not having several in about a month) that I'm getting served by some company (ACS) I think, and repeated my address so they could come serve me. When I hung up, they called my workplace, so I pretended to not work here. They asked to speak to another manager, I said I was the only one here, informed them that I knew of their fraud and hung up. After calling back several times, and having me hang up, I finally answered, he told me he would see me soon.
He also called and harrassed my mother. His name was Brian Cook
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