hi have a loan with united cash loans. i have been having some financial set backs and having a difficult time in paying these creeps. anyway i faxed a letter stating not to call me at work and that i will be filing a complaint with the attorney generals office, which i did. this morning i had a voicemail from them that i had 48 hrs to call them they did not say what they would do in the meantime. they called me again today and i said that i had faxed a letter to them and they can not keep calling me at work, and the guy goes on talking like i never even said anything. now i am really pissed mostly at myself because i should have just hung up on him, but at the time i had to keep my composure as there are people up and around at my desk and then got bullied into making a payment arrangement. any advise out there???????
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