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Can the company of the lending agency harass you on your job for payment and you are only one day late to pay your payment?


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2009-09-09 15:57:54
2009-09-09 15:57:54

I dont think so but heres a suggestion pay the bill and they should leave you alone. NO!!!Look up the Fair Debt Collection act it is online. Harassment has many different definitions to many different people.

If you are asking can a lender call you at work and ask you for payment if you are late regardless of the amount of time you are late, then yes, they can.

If you are asking can they call you repeatedly and call you derogatory names, and notify your coworkers you are delinquently in debt, then, no, they cannot. the former is NOT harassment, the later is.

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No. Debt collectors contracted by the owner of the debt to contact the debtor for payment. In most cases they will say anything and harass you into make a payment. Depending on how their payroll works- If you do make a payment, they get a comission on the payment you make.

That would be a violation of the FDCPA. But if there is no evidence that it is a collection agency making the calls, there is no way to file a complaint.

The salesperson did not mean to harass the client.

Harass is the correct spelling.

That is the correct spelling of "harass" (to pressure or intimidate).

The verb of harassment is harass. As in "to harass something or someone".

No, look up the Fair Debt Collection Act its online.

The teacher wants to harass the little child.

Harass them. Harass them. Make them relinquish the ball!

Joe did not mean to harass his neighbor, but that's what the police were told he was doing.

Annoy is a synonym for harass. It begins with the letter a.

The car company has to provide all the necessary notices before it can repossess a car. Also, the company has to follow the proper procedure, and avoid any actions that harass the car owner.

They can be if you harass them

The plural nouns for the verb to harass are harassers and harassments.The gerund form, harassing, is an uncountable noun.

A landlord cannot legally harass you for rent if your rent is not in arrears.

One example: "Johny walked over to me today in school and began to harass me" Just 2 other examples: Her x-boyfriend continues to harass her with annoying phone calls, violent threats and unwelcomed visits at all hours of the day. If you contiue to harass that woman, I will have to call the police.

This happened with my sister in law who put my wife down as a reference There is no legal action that can be taken since she listed us without our permission. We asked them to not call again and they complied. If they are calling your household and are not listed on the application but live in the same dwelling I am not sure of the ruling on that one

a few students in the cafteria like to harass everyone else by frequently clinking their selverware and stamping thier feet.

Francis Marion used guerilla battle tactics to harass the British Army.

Every Saturday, she has to harass her son to clean up his room. He hates having to harass the neighbor about paying for the boy scout wreath she ordered. My big brother likes to harass anyone who picks me up for a date. After we broke up, he harassed me with threatening e-mails and prank phone calls for several months.

They are nice if you do not harass them.

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