An attorney should review your case for additional information as certain exceptions may apply, such as if you gave the debt collector permission/instructions to call you during those times. We can evaluate your case for free. Overall it appears you have a case and, if so, we can recover attorney's fees from the debt collector (so you wouldn't have to pay our fees). Good luck.
I handle FCCPA cases throughout Florida (including WPB) at no out-of-pocket cost to you.
As of the time I provided my answer to your question(s) today, I am NOT your lawyer and you are NOT my client.... more
As of the time I provided my answer to your question(s) today, I am NOT your lawyer and you are NOT my client. Therefore, there is NO ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP between us. Accordingly, you should NOT construe my response to your question(s) as legal advice. Rather, you should look upon my answer as a "starting point" for you begin discussions with a lawyer of your choosing. I am always receptive to new clients, but there are many, many lawyers who will meet with you and give you expert, personal legal advice. My answers in this forum are NOT expert legal advice, but merely general commentary after reading the very, very brief facts which you provided to this forum. I truly wish you all the best!
Not only may you have a claim under the FCCPA but also the FDCPA (The federal law). Make sure to keep a call log or screen shot your phone that shows the number, date and time the call came in. Also make sure to save any messages they may have left. You can contact my office or any attorney at naca.net that handles consumer protection cases.
Then you should use the Find a Lawyer section of this website and find a lawyer in your state to sue.
I am not a FL attorney, but based on the version of the FCCPA I saw, 559.72(17) does say the collector cannot call between 9:00pm and 8:00am. However, there is more to a lawsuit then just that; but go see an attorney in your area that handles debt collection defense (FDCPA) claims to review your options.