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Its not a good idea to do that. Why would you want to intentionally piss off someone who has a LARGE say in if your paycheck is garnished ?


Its best to work WITH the collector. Of those that dont, 90% are liars who have no intention of paying.

I have had instances where my boss wanted to refer accounts to an attorney but I, as the collector, told him not to because the debtor was in contact and kept me informed.

Your way, you paycheck might be 25% smaller without much notice ! If thats ok with you, go for it.

IMO, its kind of like cussing out a police officer. Cant help and will likely hurt you !
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