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From SIFY.com

Washington: Debt collectors from Advanced Call Center Technologies, Dallas, have to shell out a whopping 1.5 million dollars for explicit voicemails sent on a man’s phone.

The company sent eight harassing and threatening voicemail messages on Allen Jones’ mobile phone in August 2007 trying to collect what it said he owed on a credit card.

Most messages were laced with profanity and spewed racial slurs.

“This is your mother******* wake-up call you little lazy a** b****,” wfaa.com quoted a collector as saying in one message.

“Get your mother******* n****r ass up and go pick some mother******* cotton fields,” said another collector.

Jones is African-American.

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