US Fast CashPayday Loan to employee

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I am the Controller of a rural hospital in South Texas. We continue to get harassing calls from US Fast Cash because one of our employees (who has a payday loan with US Fast Cash) will not return the calls of a Mr. John White (not sure of real name or not) at [protected] he is ringing the phones off the wall of all hospital departments including our ER department. I suspect the call is coming out of a third world country. Our employees are not allowed to do personal business on company time. Mr. White has been told it is a hospital and that tying up the hospital line could place an patient life in jeopardy. He acknowledges that he is calling a hospital and only laughs when threaten with us filling a formal compliant. This is their ongoing tactic that they us quite often when the employee may fall behind in payment. As we speak, he continues to make his calls. What course of action can we take that will make a difference. Is there a company CEO that can be contacted from US Fast Cash? My understanding is that US Fast Cash is operated by the Indian Nation out of Florida and other State Regulations do not apply.

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