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I came home today to three identical messages on my answering machine from what appears to be (after some Googling) a debt collections agency. Given the frequency of calls, subtlety does not appear to be one of their strong suits.
The internets, from a quick assessment, said it was probably best not to ignore them as they might escalate their "communication", so I tried calling the number they gave, but got a recording admonishing me to call back during business hours.
I can't possibly imagine what this could be. I'm generally not tardy with bills, nor do I even own any credit cards, so I'm highly dubious that I actually owe anyone any outstanding dinero, and I'm pretty careful about dropping info that could lead to ID theft (though I'm sure some irresponsible party would gladly do it for me). Has anyone had experience with these guys before? Any suggestions on what I should say when I can actually get through to them?