These nuts called me at work this morning 4-5 times in and hour. The guy... John would not give me a mailing address phone number or anything.
I was very nice and cordial to him and told him I would be willing to work with him if I knew who and what I owed for he just kept saying I need to pay 275.00 via moneygram or electronic check. (This was a payday loan I took out when my mom had a check... I can't even remember the company.)
I continued to be cordial and he called me a deadbeat, and a loser and said I was not qualified to do my job!!!
What can I do? I can't have my phone ringing off the hook at work.
When I told him not to call me at work he said he would do what he wanted and called like 4 more times.
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