pollyandsay has given me strength along with the rest of the community to stand up against Heathmill threats.
She has been a ex client of heathmill/Cashtoday/Cash2day4u. After being harassed by them she has done a great deal of research on Heathmill.
I spoke to her yesterday on the phone and she has tentatively agreed for a recorded phone interview. Which would be put on the site.
Here are the questions I am thinking of asking her:
* Tell us about yourself so we can get to know you
* Tell us about when you first had a contact with cash2today
* Tell us how did the relationship go sour
* Tell us what you know about them
* Tell us what we can do to stop them from taking advantage of americans in financial trouble.
If you can think of more questions please post below this topic.
Once I get the recorded phone interview I will put the audio file over here.
ps. Sorry pollyandsay I was supposed to call you at 6:30 new york time, but I got got confused and called you on 6:30 california time. I got to your voice mail. Let me know when would be a good time to call you again.
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