I have been hastled by some people, that have called me on the job, at home, on my cell, stating that I owe different bills at different times. If they didn't get anywhere with one, they would stop with that one, and name another, and so on. To make a long story short, this Palisades Collection, says they are an assignee of At&t national. they have actually gotten through our local court system, and have attached my payroll check. I called AT&T, and was informed that they do not use or have ever used this company, and that they do not attach anyones payroll for amounts owed.
This so called company says I owe $1,180.29, with &112.81 in court cost, and that this judgement was made on 2-28-2008, by an attorney named Sarah A Veith, Ky# 89660. this was the only thing I have gotten in reguards to this, nothing was sent or anything else, as to going to court over this, before now. I have contacted the Circuit Clerk that has sighned this order, to let her know about this, i have also contacted payroll at work, but until I can prove this other wise, I guess they will get thier money they are cheating me out of. they have told me I owed a payday loan, when they couldn't get money that way, then they told me I was being sued(spelling?), would not tell me who I owed or any details on either one of those, and now this. How in God's name do I go about getting this taken care of now, and once and for all? I am so pissed, but so hurt that people take such advantage of others in this way.
Please tell me what to do, and how to end this!!
Betsy Grey Phone number removed
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