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  1. So with all the reading I have been doing and the battles I have faced so far, I am not sure I have my mind around one issue. Portfolio has been calling about a GECRB account that was last paid on in 2010. I am in KY and in May of 2015 they sent a letter about this account that said "Second Notice: Forwarded to Litigation Department ... " I was misfiled with another issue I was dealing with and I found it looking for other information on the other account. It has been 9 months and nothing has been filed and the calls are coming twice a day every other day. I have talked to them once and told them they were wasting their time. I have picked up the phone multiple times to find no one there initially and then you can hear the call center come on the line. There have been several calls over the last couple of months to my cellphone but I haven't answered due to being at work, etc. Suggestions? Thanks in advance!
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