Notice of Harassment to Debt Collector/Agency/Attorney/Firm

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This Notice of Harassment to Debt Collector is used when you have asked a collector to communicate with you in writing and harassing phone calls still continue. This letter will act as official notice that you intend to take all legal remedies against the debt collector to stop the harassment.

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This Notice of Harassment Letter is sent to a debt collector, a collection agency or an attorney demanding that they immediately cease communication regarding a debt. This notice is for use after you have sent an initial letter asking that the collector to cease harassment. You may have asked that the collector communicate with you by writing only. If communication such as phone calls or other types of harassment continue, this Notice of Harassment letter will serve as official notice that you intend to take any and all action against the collector according to the terms of the Fair Debt Collections Act.

This Notice of Harassment to Debt Collector contains the following:
  • Parties: Sets forth the name and address of the writer and the collection agency or attorney. It also references that this letter is sent by certified mail;
  • Notice of Harassment: Sets forth the date the initial notice of dispute or cease communication letter was sent and gives formal notice of any limitations on future communications;
  • Necessary Steps: Sets forth that the writer intends to take any and all action against collector including criminal legal action.

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City, State & Zip
Article #
Address 1
Address 2
City, State & Zip
To Whom It May Concern:
On , you received my letter, via Certified Mail-Return Receipt Requested, a Notice of Dispute regarding alleged collection account #_______________.  
Pursuant to Section 809 of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are required to cease all collection efforts of the disputed amount until verification and validation of this alleged debt is completed.  However, since , what has happened is that the volume of telephone calls to my place of residence has increased, sometime up to .  I consider this behavior on your part to be harassment of me and very disruptive to my home environment.
Please be advised that this letter is FORMAL NOTICE that you are to limit all future communication with me, IN WRITING ONLY.  If I receive any future telephone calls from your <company, office, law firm>, I will consider your calls as harassment.  Be further advised that unwanted telephone calls from your <company, office or law firm> in this state and jurisdiction is considered a violation of telecommunications law and is a criminal offense (Class 1 Misdemeanor).  I will also file a complaint with the Office of the Attorney General.  I maintain perfect telephone records for each telephone call, and in some cases, make audio recordings if deemed necessary.  I permanently record all messages left on my voice mail.  I have evidence of over from your <company, office or law firm> since your received my Notice of Dispute on . Beware, be wise, and consider the consequences.
Be advised that you have the right to remain silent, and if you ignore this Notice of Harassment and continue to violate the FDCPA, and any applicable federal or state law and statutes, you and members of your staff will agree to allow the writer of this letter, to make audio recordings of our conversations and you and your staff further agree to allow any recorded conversation to be admitted into evidence and used against you and your staff in any court of competent jurisdiction. I will accept ONLY written communication and your failure to honor this request may constitute a violation of Section 806 of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, which WILL RESULT IN LEGAL ACTION AND CRIMINAL ACTION BEING BROUGHT AGAINST YOU. Please govern yourselves accordingly.
You should also be aware that making unsubstantiated demands for payment over the telephone may, and in this particular case, can be considered a form or wire fraud. Furthermore, sending or causing to be sent, unsubstantiated “demands for payment” through the United States Postal Authority and System, might constitute mail fraud charges to be brought against you, under federal and state laws. Before performing any of the illegal acts as described in the paragraphs above, you may wish to consult with a competent legal advisor before your next communication with me.
Sincerely yours,
Your Signature
Your Printed Name
Notice: This is an attempt to make a debt collector obey the law; any information obtained will be used for that purpose.
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