NCS Offices Austin Texas Review

I received two calls on my cell phone when i answered each call no one answered or they just hung up. On the second call somehow, it went to my voicemail and left a message. When I attempted to call the original number that called me the recording said this number was out of service. The number which called and left a message was showed unavailable on the caller id. When I listened to the message of the second caller (unavailable), the message was from a Christie Bailey with NCS. She informed me that a court filing date was coming up regarding a bad check and that I needed to call 1-877-357-7144 with Reference # C-1330245 and that this would be my final notification. If I or my attorney did not call back that it would be in my best interest to make myself available. This is most likely to do with an internet payday loan. I have attempted to contact all of the companies that I am aware I may have an outstanding loan with to have them send me paperwork showing the amount owed and whom I should send the payment to but no one wants to cooperate. I am in the process of filing bankruptcy b/c I am unable to meet my financial obligations, no one wants to cooperate and verify my debt so, I can give this information to my attorney to move forward. They have not placed it on my credit reports so, what am I to do? Help

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