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Posted about 5 years ago.

I'm talking about the following scenario: A company called a debtor about late payment on an account--repeatedly--from different phone numbers. Debtor's caller ID showed the phone numbers and the names associated with those calls. Some of those calls showed the name of an individual. Debtor called back those numbers and discovered that the numbers, supposedly belonging to an individual, actually belonged to the company to whom the debt was allegedly owed. The company was trying to disguise its identity. How can this be legal?

Michael Stephen Agruss
Michael Stephen Agruss, Bankruptcy Attorney - Chicago, IL
Posted about 5 years ago.

In order for me to give you suggestions, I need to know the following: what name and/or number shows up on your caller ID? Do you have any outstanding debts? Have you taken our a payday loan in the past?