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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Momof3, Nov 30, 2000.
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"do you happen to know the name of the head of their department?? I called and requested a name and they wouldn't give it to me!!!"
Did you tell them you were from IRS ?
try this...go to the website I have listed below; it listed their 'CORPORATE information', it also lists their 'CORPORATE' tel nbr.
call corporate and get the information on the FLORIDA office from corporate. Here's the website:
Hope this helps
Thanks,do you think I should sent something directly to their headquarters???
Actually, I would send it to both CORPORATE and the Florida office...just my opinion
Mom,is this the hot tip on how to avoid dealing with the lowly collection rep who you will initially be referred to and never get results? If so does it work?
I am hoping this trick works Skip, we shall see. I will keep you posted