Other than by paying the bills, you cannot stop them from calling. However, they should not be leaving "nasty" or threatening messages under the Fair Debt Collection Practices
Act. Unfortunately, when a corporation is unable to pay its debts as they come due, it is insolvent and can be forced into receivership or bankruptcy
and the creditors can sue to make that happen. If the creditors are calling and making threats or leaving "nasty" messages about doing things that are not within their rights, then you should see an attorney that handles Fair Debt Collection Practices matters because you can sue the debt collectors and get additional fines, penatlies and attorney's fees for their misconduct.
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