It was not a call that Rabekah Crow expected.
The Bartlesville resident was working at her job as a Phillips 66 help-desk agent in spring 2018 when an unfamiliar number flashed across her caller ID.
“The person just said they were outside of my work and were delivering papers for me to sign,” she said. “So I thought, ‘No big deal.’”
When she came out, she was served with a lawsuit demanding payment of nearly $3,500 in medical bills from the birth of her youngest son in 2015.