Love letters to debt collectors -- really!
Most people dread talking to debt collectors, and with good reason. But some consumers are treated with respect and have good experiences. Here are their stories.
This post comes from Gerri Detweiler at partner site Credit.com.
Sally was ALWAYS, cheerful, helpful, prompt, understanding and outstanding in her compassion . . . thank you very much this has been a long road and quite an ordeal…I believe that God gives you what you need when you need it . . . thank you for your outstanding professionalism…and happy Thanksgiving as we have much to be thankful for!
However, they should not waste time on the small stuff.
If they want to collect debt they should start in Washington, D.C.
That should keep them busy for awhile and they can leave the rest of us alone.
When bill collectors call looking for me, I tell them," I am just watching the house, the person you are looking for is on vacation in Europe, and will be back in a few months"
This works real well for a good laugh.
Debt collectors put $350.00 back into each and everyones pocket in this country per year. That's because of the money the pump back into the economy that keeps your rates down. Deadbeats who hate when someone tries to get them to pay their bill are no better than crackheads who hate cops.
Whose side are you on? Take responsibility for your actions, and be adults, people. Your doctors, lawyers, and every other business in the world are screwing you over worse than those trying to get you to do what you committed to.
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