In Coleman v. Credit Management, here, Judge Lynn held that section 1692c of the FDCPA – related to communications with consumers at inconvenient times or places – does not apply to non-consumers.   Even though §1692d – related to harassing any person — does apply to non-consumers, the section is not violated where the debt collector only makes fourteen phone calls in a two month period and does not know that it is calling after 9:00 p.m. because it does not know where the called party is located.  Finally, Judge Lynn held that the bona fide error defense excuses “wrong number” calls in violation of the FDCPA if the debt collector’s policy is to stop calling those numbers once they find out that they are incorrect.