I keep getting calls from First National Collection Bureau harassing me saying i owe $23,000 to an old navy account i never had. This guy said there was a judgement in court and gave me some number that didn't exist after i searched for it on the judicial website. He refused to direct me to a fraud department as i stated i never had this account. He was incredibly rude and swore at me. Any suggestions as to what to do from here on? I don't know if i should just ignore this or send a Cease and Desist letter to them? thank you.
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