You won't go to jail for not paying your debts on time, but this wasn't true in the not-too-distant past. From the late 17th century to the early 19th century, states and cities in the United States operated debtors' prisons. These were facilities created to house people who failed to pay their debts. In some cases, the debts they owed were very small.
Competition among U.S. restaurants has been recently increasing as newer chains expand quickly in Ohio and across the country. In today's highly competitive restaurant industry, it takes very little for a business to face diminished cash flow, causing it to reconsider its operating strategy.
For burdened debtors, abusive debt collection can be a nightmare. Or, if not a nightmare, then at least what wakes them up from a nightmare. Calling in the middle of the night is one of many abuses aggressive debt collectors engage in. Unfortunately, the law governing debt collection is outdated and does not address the many abuses debtors are now facing.