Can a creditor come to your place of employment?
Next time, if you ask someone to leave and they stay, after being asked once, call the police and have them arrested for trespassing. Also, send the collection agency a letter by certified mail, return receipt requested, telling them them to stop calling you on the telephone and instead contact you only by mail.
by StephenWeinstein - 10 hours ago
Absolutely not. What you need to do is immediately send a "cease and desist" letter to the creditor that they may not contact you in any fashion other than in writing and include that this person visited your place of employment. If for whatever reason he tries that stunt again, immediately have your supervisor ask him to leave and not come back. If he does show up again and you have submitted the cease and desist letter you may then seek legal counsel. Since you changed the terms of agreement by paying less, you need to deal with this asap, they'll want to collect in full if you don't, again I can't stress enough that you do this in writing.
by Anjell - 10 hours ago
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