Convergence Receivables Review

To begin with, I had a bank account that I had closed and because it had a negative balance I was taking care of said bank started charging me an awful amount of interest. I told them that I had paid what was owed and the rest was going to have to be collected some other way. | It has been 7 years and in January 2015, I was served garnishment papers for the amount of $1134.96. At that time my employer garnished my wages until the full amount of the garnishment was taken care of. At that point the sheriff sent a check to Convergence Receivables to cover what was collected. I filed all my paperwork thinking everything was taken care of because if you go to Iowa Courts Online and look at the case number it shows paid in full. | On December 15, 2015, I again receive a garnishment from Convergence Receivables in the amount of $461.86 with the same case number on it. I decided to call Convergence to find out what it was for. At that time they told me that it was for my bank account. I spoke with a Paul who informed me that the amount I owed was $167.97. I asked if I could pay that amount and everything be taken care of and was told that he would have to email the attorney to see if that was acceptable. | I went to my employer and told them what I had done and what I was told. At that time they called to talk to them to tell them that they could pay right as we spoke. They spoke to a girl named Kayla. She said we would have to wait for the decision that Paul had already sent an email to the attorney. | The next day I called again and because I didn’t get ahold of Ashley or Paul I spoke with a foreigner that I could not understand and her informed me that I would just have to deal with it.

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Name: Convergence Receivables

Country: United States

State: Iowa

City: Cedar Rapids

Address: 222 3rd St SE #324

Phone: 855-312-2353

Website: convergencereceivables.com

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