I paid off my payday loans and they are still calling
Date: Sun, 03/24/2013 10:40
I had a payday loan and paid it off about three months ago. Right around the end of each month I get TONS of phone calls from payday lenders trying to get me to take out another loan. I NEVER want to open another loan like this again. What can I do to get these companies to stop calling without changing my phone number? I am not sure how to block the numbers and it wouldn't matter anyway because there are so many. Sometimes the numbers don't even make sense because they have less than ten numbers. HELP!
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