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Previous year I went to a school, I was there for like a month, then quit it. It was the kind of school that costs money. Half of it was like interesting, but I didn't feel like paying full price for only going half the lessons.
Well, they've been sending me bills all year. Because apparently that teacher responsible for the class, didn't tell anyone at the school that I had quit. Well, the info manual said that they'd expel a student after failing to pay 2 bills in a row, or not going there for 2 months without giving any reason. So I thought they'd stop sending me the stuff after a few months. But no...
I even got a bill today, that "recommends" me to pay all the 7 bills that I failed to pay. How long do I have to wait before they stop sending me shit?
Not only that, but they kept me in their email list, and kept sending me emails all year.. and they're still sending me emails.
I'm kinda annoyed. Maybe I need to send them some email or something...
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I'm not just saying this, but I also hate phones. I hate calling about a job, for a pizza, anything, it feels uncomfortable. I hate the feeling of talking over someone, and I hate when they do it to me. When you are face to face, this happens less because you read body language. The thing is, when somebody asks you to call them back, you basically *have* to call that person in order to get anywhere/withdraw from school/find a job/get laid/make friends, anything. I suggest you drink a beer while watching a favorite TV show, sometimes I talk to characters onscreen or idiots on any cable news network. Then pause the show at a good middle point and make whatever important call it is you have to make.
Eventually they tell the creditors and have them hounding after you. Then even after you pay, they'll still be after you. At least that's what happened with my cousin and her school. 8 years later after she's paid she'll still get a call once a month.
Anyway, she's not in jail, nor have the fees gone up.