It's not a per se violation of the FDCPA to make collection calls on Sunday. But if
the collector knows it's a bad time for you, it is a violation.
Is there anything that you can do to get them to stop calling you? Yes. According
to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) (which is part of the Consumer
... through Saturday and between 1 pm and 5 pm (your local time) on Sundays.
The FDCPA entitles you to tell debt collectors not to call you again. Call you on a
Sunday. Contact you at work if the debt collector knows that your employer ...
Apr 11, 2011 ... The law: Collectors can't call repeatedly just to harass you. ..... was just
wondering can a debt collector call you on sunday? i heard they couldnt ...
Once that company sells the debt to a collection agency, the FDCPA regulates
how bill collectors can contact the debtor, what they can say and how consumers
The FDCPA clearly prohibits debt collectors from calling you with excessive
frequency, or at any ... A debt collector is allowed to contact you on any day of the
week, Sundays and holidays ... How many times per week can a collector call
The FDCPA is a Federal law that dictates when debt collectors can legally call
What times of the day may a debt collector call me? Under the Fair Credit
Collection Practices Act, 15 USC 1692, (FDCPA) collectors can only call you
George explained consumer rights in dealing with bill collectors. Those rights ...
You can stop a collector from calling you if you tell him not to. Within five days ...
If it is inconvenient for a debtor to receive a debt collection call on Sunday, and
the debtor has specifically told collection agents not to call on Sundays, then debt