Having debt related problems is already a stressful situation to be in. It doesn’t help if you are being hounded by getting call after call from a debt collection agency, you have the right to tell the debt collector to stop calling you. While unfortunately, there is no federal law that lays out a specific limit on the number of times a debt collector can call you, know that a debt collector can not call you repeatedly or continuously intend to annoy, abuse, or harass you. Ways to Stop Debt Collectors from Calling You If you are being constantly called by debt collectors, you need to know that you do not have to put up with their harassment. There are several ways that you can get a debt collector to stop calling you which include: Ignoring Their Calls Hanging Up on Callers That Disrespect You Let them Know that You are Recording Their Phone Calls Sending them a Formal Notice to Stop Contact Talk to an FDCPA Attorney Today If you believe that a debt collection agency is harassing you by calling you multiple times a day, then you should seek the counsel of an FDCPA attorney. They will be able to let you know what next steps to take to make sure the harassment stops as soon as possible. If a debt collector is calling continuously to annoy, abuse or harass you, you may be entitled to damages. You don’t have to fight this battle alone. Here’s some more information on what to do if some of the largest biggest debt collectors in the United States are calling you multiple times: Accelerated Financial Solutions Acceptance Now Ad Astra Recovery Services Avante USA, Ltd. Caine & Weiner CBE Group, Inc. Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley DCM Services Debt Management Partners Delta Outsource Group, Inc. Gatestone & Co. International General Revenue Corporation Glass Mountain Capital Harris and Harris LTD. McCarthy Burgess & Wolff Medicredit NCB Management, Inc. Northstar Location Services Penn Credit Prince Parker & Associates Rash Curtis & Associates RGS Financial Scott and Associates SRS and Associates Inc. Wakefield & Associates, Inc.