continual phonecalls 2 months after bankruptcy has been filed

January 19th, 2010 by Questions

One of the 5 major banks continues to call with a recorded announcement 2-5 time daily. My trustee has assured me that the bank has been informed and has the package. The trustee has also told me that they have called this particular bank. I need to know the actual law that I can quote to the person calling the next time I respond to one of these recorded announcements.

Posted from: Alberta


One Response to “continual phonecalls 2 months after bankruptcy has been filed”

, Barton Goth - Goth & Company Inc. -Trustee in Bankruptcy said:

The problem is some of the major institutions are very slow at distributing the informaiton internally. So, when receiving phone calls after the filing of a bankruptcy what you need to do is to answer the phone and say the following:

1. You are currently in bankruptcy;

2. Your trustee has sent all the proper notification;

3. There is a Stay of Proceedings in place that prevents you from being able to discuss things with this creditors; and

4. Provide them with the name and contact information of your trustee.

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