It’s me again: Harassment Harry, the meanest debt collector in Memphis. I’ve hacked back into Darrell Castle & Associates’ website to let you know how peeved I am about a certain someone.
You may know her as Connie Wiggs. I know her as The Enemy.
See, Connie is well known at Darrell Castle & Associates for her positive attitude, sincerity, and quality work. She’s always helping clients through their worst moments.
And that’s what I hate about her: Helping people?!?! Making their lives better?!?! That undoes all of my work!
When I call you at dinnertime and yell at you about your debt, do you think I want Connie coming in to remind you that you’re OK, that people struggle sometimes, and that Darrell Castle & Associates can help?
When I threaten to foreclose on you, do you think I want Connie telling you their firm can save your house?
And the worst part of all: When I’m so mean I make you cry, do you think I want Connie to step in and cry with you? How dare she.
Now they’ve gone and given her a Rising Star Award. One client heard about it and wrote to them: “Your entire staff is wonderful. Congratulations to Connie!!!”
This is exactly the kind of happiness I am trying to steal from people. Now with her help they can get out of debt and move on with their lives, and be happy about it!
Connie is such a good person. It’s disgusting.
Whatever you do, don’t call her to get out of debt. Connie and the rest of Darrell Castle & Associates will just put you at ease, tell you about your options, and help you fix your finances with no drama.
And that makes us debt collectors go away. You wouldn’t want that, would you???
Harassment Harry is a collection agent and all-around mean guy. He works for the creditors to make sure you have as miserable a day as possible. He loves threatening people, ruining dinner, and making children cry. He hates Memphis in May, the Tigers, the Grizzlies, blues music, Gibson’s Donuts, and YOU.
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