So I get a letter in the mail from First National Collection Bureau, Inc saying that this is to advise you that your delinquent (already paid)account has been assigned (we actually bought your old debt lead from some a**hole under an underpass off the highway) to our office for collection by the above mentioned client. But they, First Natl Collection, give you some convenient cut out coupons for 4 easy (bogus) payments. Yea go F yourself because I am not paying you shit and if you were here in person trying to collect you’d get knocked out for attempted robbery. The letter goes on to tell me that in order to aid me in my finantial situation, as may be necessary, (like you can tell the future right?), we could set up your aaccount on a monthly payment plan. These idiots are amateurs in the game of telemarketing and you can tell that right from the rip when a crackhead named Sam asnwered the phone saying that anything said during the conversation could be used in court, yea okay, But anyway these idiots are lowlife bottom feeders with no real lives. The employees are addicts, parolees living in some half-way house and this was the only job they could get with all the tattoos and cigarette burns from nodding off. Please call some idiot that may pay their debt AGAIN, not me in West Palm Beach, Florida DO NOT PAY these people!! They are buying leads for pennies on the dollar and are calling you to rob you. .
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