Who in the world is Jason from ASG, and why does he call several times a day, from unavailable #s, restricted #s, and I even got a phone call from him on 716-564-4905. He sounds very stern and states his name, company, and that he has a very urgent and important issue to discuss with me.
I screen my calls, NEVER answer an 800 # (since I'm working to get the debt under control with a dmp)...then listen to the voicemails, if they are left. It's getting irritating, and I'm a little nervous, but refuse to call him back.
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