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FDCPA Trivia Question

Dec 16, 2015 by Brandon

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A debt collector may telephone a consumer about a consumer debt at the consumers place of employment after the consumer tells the debt collector he cannot receive such telephone calls.
A.  IF THE CONSUMER FAILS TO FOLLOW UP SUCH REQUEST WITH A LETTER
B.  IF THE DEBT COLLECTOR HAS NO OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION EVEN AFTER MAKING A REASONABLE EFFORT TO OBTAIN ANOTHER PHONE NUMBER
C.  IF THE CONSUMER WORKS BETWEEN 8:00AM AND 9:00PM
D.  IF THE DEBT COLLECTOR TELEPHONES THE EMPLOYER FIRST AND GETS PERMISSION
E.  NEVER

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