can a debt collector call you at work
A debt collector could call me at work. I’m not sure why that’s a bad thing.
Well, the most obvious reason comes from when you talk to a debt collector at a bank or financial institution. These people are typically used to being able to make payments easily. They are used to making payments to people you know. They also usually have some power that you don’t. But imagine going to a debt collector and they say, “I have a few things that I need to talk to you about.
Thats exactly what happened to me recently and I was told that I needed to pay this debt. I said no. Now Im working on it, and have been for over a year now.
The problem is that you may not realize that the debt collector is on the payroll of the bank, but the bank does not have to pay you. In fact, if they decide to pay you they may only be paying you to get you to sign a contract. So when a debt collector calls you at work, you have no choice but to say no at that point.
Like many of the other stories on this list, I’ve tried many times to get a hold of the debt collector, but have been unable to. I’ve even called the bank to try to get a hold of the debt collector, but I’ve been too afraid of them to speak with them.
I think it’s pretty simple to see how this works. The bank has a list of accounts they will be looking after. When they receive a call from a debt collector, they can either pay you, let the call go to voicemail, or just say no and hang up. The bank is not required to pay you, but they may need to pay you to be able to continue to work.
As for the debt-collecting part, I think its pretty clear that you need to pay the bank if you want them to continue to work with you. The problem is that many websites and credit cards have a “Don’t Call Us” option. In that case, the website allows you to call them at least once a month to make sure they are still working with you.
A lot of consumers feel like they have to pay for things now, because they haven’t been collecting their bills for a long time. This is true for all online services, but I think that a lot of people, myself included, have had to call a lot of credit card companies to report a past due payment or just to get a new account set up.
While there is nothing in the contract that says you have to do this, the fact that you have to call the company to make sure they are still a partner is often enough for people to feel like it is an unavoidable part of their relationship with a company.