First, if you advise them that you are not allowed to be contacted at work, they are legally required to cease calling you. That said, they probably won't stop. Why not simply tell the caller, "I'm not who you are looking for - let me connect you," and then forward the call to the correct person? Or, tell them, "Go ahead and garnish me - would you like me to connect you to the HR department so you can start that?" Let them send in the garnishment - if you really aren't the right person, they won't be able to garnish you since your SS# and DOB won't line up.
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Instead of notifying the collection agency verbally that you are not that person, write them a cease and desist letter informing them that you are not the person they are looking for. If they continue to call you, then I suggest you contact an attorney.
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I agree with Mr. Sapir that you should write a cease and desist letter. If that doesn't work, you will need to hire someone to fight for you. You can email me if you would like help in this matter.