What should you do if a bill collector calls you?

TaxesWhat should you do if a bill collector calls you?

If you do not wish to speak to a bill collector you have every right to hang up at any time.  You might want to ask the bill collector the name of the creditor on whose behalf he is calling.  It might also be a good idea to request the name of the bill collector’s employer.  Furthermore, you can also ask the collector for his or her name.  If you believe that the bill collector calling you has got the wrong person then you should inform him of that fact.

 

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