sign a contract for a vehicle, they have continually abused the FDCPA, notified them in writing, only written communication will be accepted, and to not call friends/relatives, or my employer. Wasn't even behind, plates came in, they called friends/relatives and employer, when they had a decease and decist letter in hand, 4 days after contract was signed. I prefer having written communications bill wise, as I like having a paper trail. Due to some health problems, I fell behind with only 7 months left on the contract, and during the time I was hospitalized, They called my employer, make it 4 calls in one day, causing me to loose my job, actually have a letter from my employer stating due to the continual violation of policy and my creditors, more specifically Barrett Motors refusing to accept the do not call at work letter, they have to let me go. The same day they called me 5 different times, and Blanca says, well I didn't leave a voicemail so it doesn't matter, I can call as much as I want. A few days later called me 18 times, then the next 12 times. Then upon me pointing this out and telling them its a violation, their repo group, calls pretending to be a investigator with the theft and fraud division in Dallas county, threatening criminal action. I don't care how long they have been in business, but the way they have treated me, my friends, and family is unacceptable. Now that they have reposed the vehicle, with a balance of $4000 on the account, guess its time to get a lawyer involved because NO one at the dealership will take calls. Thank god the FDCPA states, up to $1000.00 per violation. Each phone call is a violation, and I am looking at a total of 48 calls in 4 months. If I wanted to push the issue, I could go all the way back to the begining of the contract, from the date of the letter forward, and show each phone call, was in violation of the Cease Contact via Phone letter. probably over 150 -200 calls there. at $1000.00 a piece. And this is how they do business, and stay open 25 years, because everyone is scared, or not smart enough to realize they can't do business this way.