Craig, since you insist on playing invisible, AACC is technically allowed to call everyone and the neighbor's dog to ''locate'' you until told to stop, preferably on Certified Mailed paper. You might want to poll them for what they were told about your problem, since it is illegal for AACC to shame you through excessive disclosures to third parties, and this collector has been known to do so.
In fact, AACC has routinely broken about every part of federal collections law, and was spanked by the FTC in January.
Under FTC Settlement, Debt Buyer Agrees to Pay $2.5 Million for Alleged Consumer Deception
This case inspired a brand new FTC alert which was frankly overdue, given that consumer watchdogs have criticized the illegal antics of volume debt buyers for years.
Time-Barred Debts: Understanding Your Rights When It Comes to Old Debts