What You Need to Know Regarding Debt Collection Telephone Call Restrictions

Debt Collection Michigan

Making collection calls?

Are you having a hard time tracking down your debtor?

Collection calls can be frustrating, but remember to keep your cool!

The FDCPA imposes some specific restrictions on your collection phone calls to debtors. Follow these guidelines:

  • Collection Calls should be made during normal business hours to avoid harassing the debtor.
  • Normally, calls should be made between 8a.m. and 9p.m. However, if the debtor indicates in writing that he would prefer to be contacted at another time, then you must respect that request to avoid harassment under the FDCPA.
  •  If you are told in writing not to contact a debtor at work, you must stop calling.
  •  Even on the phone, communications governed by the FDCPA must include the warning that you are “a debt collector attempting to collect a debt.”

Have questions? Contact an experienced debt collection attorney in Michigan today!

Phone Calls Not Working? Figure Out a Debt Collection Strategy!

Are your delinquent payers becoming a major concern? Do you want the help of a debt collection expert?

At Muller, Muller, Richmond, & Harms, P.C., our attorneys specialize in debt collection in Michigan. We can help you build a strategy customized to fit your business needs. We want to ensure you receive the best possible outcome in pursuing your case. 

Take the First Step! Our Attorneys for Debt Collection in Michigan Can Help You! 

If you need help settling a debt owed to your business by a debtor in Michigan, contact an experienced attorney who handles debt collection in Michigan

Let our experts handle all the work for you! Fill out the information form on our “Contact Us” page, or give us a call at 248-645-2440, to ask questions and figure out your next steps. Don’t let the money owed to you go away – get started today! We look forward to hearing from you!

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