A collection company is continually calling my employer and myself over debt that I was inaccurately charged for. I have tried to resolve with the vendor directly and have not received the information that proves the amount charged was accurate.
Hire Mark Land to send them out a letter.... he is in Austin!
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Until they prove their right to payment, you don't have to pay the debt, nor does your employer. If the situation is placing your employment in jeopardy, I would recommend that you get in touch with a local lawyer to help you take a proactive approach to solving your situation. Good Luck!
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