Anik

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A.Dear Client,
You can file a complaint or FIR against the person. Then you can send a legal notice to the person to send you recovery related messages through the bank itself.
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Subhashis Paul

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A.You may lodge a general diary against the said bank recovery agent for threatening you before the local police station and you may also send a legal notice through your advocate to the bank for sending proper collection or recovery agent from their office otherwise you can sue the bank also.
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