Apex Servicing

We received a fax from Apex Servicing stating that an employee of ours had electronically signed a wage assignment form. However, when we asked our employee, they knew nothing about it. The company claimed they were collecting on a loan. When we tried to call their number, it had 2 prompts to press 1 to continue in English. We then received a busy tone. The forms they sent us listed the last 4 social security numbers of the employee.The following documents were faxed (in order):Confidentiality NoticeFax Cover SheetWage Assignment Demand NoticeWage AssignmentEmployer Confirmation FormWage Assignment (copy of electronically signed from)

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