Not true attydallas! Collectors all use predictive dialers. I used to work for multiple collection agencies (3rd party) and banks (1st party). Both use predictive dialers. They are programmed to pass the call to a collection agent when the call is answered at the other end. This is why you ALWAYS have to say hello twice. The first time youre saying hello to the computer, the second time the agent hears you.Additionally, 1st party collection departments dont have to be registered and licensed. These calls are coming from the holder of the note. They dont have to have any special licensing to call and request that payments are made on time for loans they granted. That only applies to 3rd party collection agencies who are paid by the holder of the note for collection services.Maybe its time to go back to law school?
I received a call today at my job from this number but I did not answer. The person name is Mark William" from the Department of Law & Investigation, he said I hav e a serious case against me and that I should call ASAP, he explained that it was a time sensitive issue, If I don't call back all he can do is wish me good luck.
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