The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in unemployment for a lot of people. And it is evident that most of you may have trouble paying bills and have entered the defaulters' list. So, during such times, getting calls from debt collectors can be quite annoying. But if a debt collector repeatedly calls you asking for payments, you can deal with them in the following ways:
Furthermore, the federal, state and local governments have established various programs during the coronavirus outbreak, so that it may help you manage your debts.
The details of the programs are as follows:
If the debt collector still persists in calling you after repeatedly telling them to stop, you can send them a letter stating clearly to stop contacting you. Although it won't get your debt canceled, and you can still be sued, stopping the calls can reduce the stress and give you time to figure out how you can pay the debts.
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