Once I file bankruptcy can my creditors still call me?

Once you and your assets are protected by the federal bankruptcy laws creditors are prohibited to call you about any debts owed. They can in no way be perceived as trying to collect on a debt. This usually means that online account access is stopped when you file. It usually is possible to get the online access restored by submitting an authorization letter to the creditor.

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