My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: S. Carolina
I have been receiving phone calls from a debt collector on my work and cell phone. I am asked them on 4 different occasions now, not to call my work phone. Their response is, "if you do not answer your cell phone, we are going to call your work phone"
I then received this email.
"I have been asked to make a call to your employer and start gathering information to process your file as a refusal and move forward. You have a very limited window of opportunity to call and review your options to prevent further verification
Your lack of communication regarding the cash advance we loaned you in good faith is forcing us to assume your intentions and take further action to enforce your contract. You could save us both a lot of time and money and contact us during banking hours to review an alternative method of repayment to maintain good relations. We are unable to offer you any other solutions to clearing your name unless you take action and call us to state your intentions. All decisions are made on a case by case basis. Please take advantage of this limited opportunity to erase your negative payment history and call me today.
Thank you in advance for resolving your loan voluntarily"
I have no clue who this company is or what they want. I have never received any mail from them. Any ideas on what I can do?
Thank you for your help in advance.