No. It's none of those people at all but someone who calls to ask if I need any loans paid off and I would tell them no but the same person would either call me constantly from different numbers and unknown.
I would like to consider a lawsuit because this has been going on since last Friday and it never stopped even after several times of askinf him to please stop calling me. I will ask his name and info the next time he calls and then take it from there.
Thank you and hoping that we keep in touch of this matter.
How would you rate yourself of coming out on top in this case?
If I was to choose you as my attorney of this case, what's the percentage of winning?
I can definitly prove it because I have a log of the calls including different numbers and unknown calls as well.
Will do and thank you again.
Also, Does your fees get paid for by the other party's attorney if the case is a winner on my side?
I believe we have a case because they have just called again and I asked those questions. He stated his name and the company he was with. I'm sure he will call back again because when I asked where he's from, he hung up. He will not accept no but will continue to call consistely.
Are your fees are paid after the case is won or how does it go?
I already rated your answer.
Thanks again. I already rated your answer. I guess I will look for another attorney since you are not available for this case.
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