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Law Office of Thomas Landis Esqharassing phone calls at work

After recieiving a demand letter from this company regarding a debt, we requested in writing twice, verification of the debt and to cease contact by telephone at place of employment all of which has been ignored. A person named, Dan, keeps calling my husband's place of employment when he was repeadly told personal calls are not accepted and to quit calling. Also until we have verification of debt (which is our right under the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practicies Act) we are not dealing with this company and with their harassing calls. We just filed our complaint with the FTC regarding their harassing calls. Has anyone else out there had to deal with this company?
After reading a slew of people's comments on collection agencies it is a nightmare dealing with some of them and even when the debt is legit and you try to work out arrangements, some of the reps are difficult.
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    rdlynn101 Nov 12, 2009

    I also am getting harrassing phone calls from a Mr. Green at my work and at home. Mr. Green also has been told not to call my job ever again but apparently is deaf because he still calls

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