Not long to wait now and you will be secure.
But I was lucky as I did not get that many calls ... I still miss my indian lady caller
moira717 wrote:Ps she's not much use. I keep telling her I am awaiting meeting for via. She keeps repeating we do not accept iva do you have another form of payment!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's really bad oya, are they actually allowed to tell anyone (other than the customer) why they are ringing? Was paranoid every time phone rang at work today. Weaved a story about strange emails from pay pal re purchases not made (this was actually true; think it's a scam). Just said my card company was ringing to see if I had made any purchases yesterday. I hate the deceit but needs must right now.
Normally they shouldnt have gove any information of why they are calling and ive been told its a breech of data protection and i can complain about it. But i dont want to upset my creditors when i need every vote for my favour. I almost removed from every creditors my work number. When they call you ask them if they hold a work number for you if so could they remove it. Every each one of them i asked they removed with no problem. I havent got any issue fir long. They only call my mobile and as i said before it depends on my mood i sometimes answer have nice chat and inform them about iva or not pass the security check.. we are so closed to decision day i dont think how we talk to call centres gonna make any difference now Moira.. 1 week to go
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