I have a credit card with an agreement to pay up to $60 per month. They call me daily and sometimes twice a day if I'm late or short by $1. What to do

Asked on Nov 07th, 2017 on Debtor and Creditor - Florida
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I've been receiving constant calls from this Bank (First Premier) for payments on the credit card, both my cell and my job. Also, when I try to make an online payment, they block my login one day after payment is due, which forces me to call them to make a payment over the phone and reset my login. This is frustrating, but I believe it's also unlawful or illegal. Please advise.
Answered on Nov 09th, 2017 at 5:07 AM
If you're late - they get to call. The remedy is pay on time. That stated they can't harrass you, call you at your job or call your cell phone if it imposes changes to you, absent you giving permission to do so. You may want to hire a lawyer to review the details for a collection violation case. 

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