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My wife and I received a phone call three weeks ago saying that someone owed a debt and that we had to call them (National Action Financial Services) back. The person who they mentioned had a debt has our last name, but we don't know anyone with that first name. We think it's a mistake, so we ignored the call. National Action Financial Services now calls every day, sometimes from a different number, and demands that we call them back. It's an automated message. I am concerned because I don't think the company has a good reputation, and I don't want to give them any personal information or be threatened. My wife and I have no debts on our credit report. About three months a company claimed that we owed them money and threatened to take us to a collection agency, so we paid the debt, even though we didn't owe it. We paid the day after we got the letter and were told that it never went to collections.Should we call National Action Financial Services back or continue to ignore the calls? Thank you.
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