PirateGirl, your caller does not maintain this site or this web page. Your caller is not going to dutifully study random forum complaints and cannot magically determine which numbers should not be called based on anonymous comments, here or in the nextdoor thread. 240-210-7111
The initial advice you need is found in my 20 March remarks, a mere three comments behind yours. Lawbreaking debt collectors absolutely love to torture people at the workplace to create false shame and hope to get pressure applied. The PoE calls also send a tacit message that ''we know you have money for us since you have a job''.
Impatient managers must be made to understand a few things and not punish their staff for some intruder's hostile collection activity:
- Usually the agency knows perfectly well how to reach the targeted person at home but chooses not to, under a pretense of skip tracing, which is illegal.
- These are not ''personal'' calls in the sense that employees invite or control them.
- Anyone at the workplace can tell the collection reps to stop calling there for whatever employee and/or indicate that such calls are ''inconvenient'' or not permitted. By law, the agency must stop. (Some will refuse to cease, and must be clamped under a Cert-Mailed demand.)
The alleged debtor has broader power to restrict or ban all calls to all places, as discussed in my prior comment here.