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Yes. By notifying a creditor by mail not to contact the debtor. After that, the attempts at contact must stop. There are two exceptions to this. The creditor may say that there will be no more contact, and that some specific legal or other action may be or will be taken. However, creditors may state this only if they actually plan to take such action.
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