My husband's work got a call for him from 877-699-3690 and someone named Nancy wanted to talk to him. His work told her that he could not receive personal calls at work and asked if she wanted to leave a message, which she did not and did not want to say who she was with. They have called his work several times today. My husband called me and I looked up the number and it says Vision Financial. Anyone ever heard of them or have any information about them. Wanting to check things out a little so we know who/what we are dealing with, etc. Never heard of them before and we have not received anything in the mail from them. Yes we have a few things at collection agency (most happened after I lost my job and having to stretch what we had). We are trying to take care of what we can so please, don't need anyone harping on me about paying bills etc. Most of our stuff is medical and we have to decide whether to keep a roof over the head, food in the tummy, etc. Plus we have 2 grandkids and my son and wife are struggling also so we do what we can for them. Thanks in advance
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