The calls are starting again! I think from U.S. National Bk
Date: Tue, 09/02/2008 08:54
I thought I had put a stop to these calls but they are starting up again. I am not at work today but got a call from a Troy Wilson at 772-228-4009. It was the same thing as last time... I will be arrested if I don't call back, etc. Unless I have forgotten some, all of my loans are paid. I did a lot of research a few months ago making sure of this. I am scared again. I talked to an attorney last time and he told me if they called again, he would call them back for me but, at that time, the calls stopped. What should I do? Here we go again??
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