Can credit card companies call your work?

Answer According to the Debt Collection Practices Act, a debt collector cannot call you before 8 a.m., after 9 p.m., or at your place of business if your employer does not approve of the incoming calls. ... Read More »

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Can credit card companies call on Sunday?

There is no law that states a credit card company cannot call you on Sunday. If they have a reason to contact you, such as for late payments or suspicious activity, they can call you any day of the... Read More »

How to Work With Credit Card Companies to Avoid Bankruptcy?

Declaring bankruptcy can have a devastating effect on your credit score, financial stability, and confidence in your ability to manage your finances. It is almost always a better alternative to cle... Read More »

Can credit card companies take your purchases if you can't pay the card?

A credit card company can submit negative information to the credit bureaus and take you to court if you default on your credit obligation. But the company cannot confiscate items that you purchase... Read More »

Can credit card collectors call you at work?

By law, credit card debt collectors are not allowed to call your job if you have instructed them not to. A debt collector has to be told orally (in person or by phone) or in writing that they are n... Read More »