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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote quantumlaw Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/July/2007 at 10:04am
Canada is a one consenting party country. you can record a phone call if you are on the line with a person and speaking to them. Evidence in cases should only be made admissible if the other side consents. if they do not or you have not advised them that you are recording the call then the evidence is not permissble. Thus, you can record freely and if you want to use the evidence later then you must advise them during the conversation.  Agencies will call debtors and rip them out or try to harass / intimidate them. and yes they record every call. but so can you. the problem is, the only way to enter the evidence is if they consent and the probably won't.
 
if they harass you and treat you like a dog, they may liable to you! if they call your neighbours pr employer and divulge private information about you or debts, they may be liable! if they threaten you, coerce or induce you into getting higher interest bearing loans to pay off debts, they may be liable to you. You have rights. HAVE THEY THREATENED TO SUE YOU OR SEND SOME SHERIFF TO YOUR DWELLING! these are all bogus tactics bordering or exhuding the element of extortion.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Johnny Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/July/2007 at 1:38pm

I have been told differently by attorneys that I have access to.

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After recording a telephone converstaion, I used my pc mic to transfer what was on the tape into a .wav file on my pc so that I could burn the converstaion to a disk. 
 
Would a copy of the original recording done this way still be admissible in court if the second party in the conversation was aware they were being recorded? 
 
I'm worried that by making a copy of the original it will not be admissible anymore if I want to use that copy as my evidence.
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Transcribe it in words and post the conversation.
 
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