allocation recovery Scam

these people are calling my job friends ex husband and family telling them I’m going to be arrested. I don’t pay my bills. Several occasions I have have tried to contact them and advise them not to do this… I was called a thief. and told to just send the money…but now they won’t even listen to me… A MALE called me a liar and hung up…a female told me I was disturbing her phone calls and hung up on me… they will answer and give me different names of their company…I asked to be faxed info. on the debt… the male mr. Thomas said he didn’t have to give me anything just pay the bill. but howdy I pay a bill when they won’t even give me information,, but expect me to give them access to my banking info. ….I NOT GOING TO LET THEM GET ME….I’M FIGHTING BACK….I worked hard for everything I have and no-one is going to take it from me… not even you SCAMMERS….

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