Record Phone Calls In DelawareDelware is known for being a very business friendly state, so it shouldn’t be much surprise that recording phone calls is legal too. Here are the specifics:

Delaware is considered a one-party consent state. This means that if you’re one of the parties involved on the call, then you can record it without consent from the other parties. You don’t need to announce that you’re recording, play a beep in the background, or anything like that.

Specifically, Delaware Statute 2404 says it is legal…

“For a person to intercept a wire, oral or electronic communication where the person is a party to the communication or where one of the parties to the communication has given prior consent to the interception, unless the communication is intercepted for the purpose of committing any criminal or tortious act…”

When you signup for Secure Speak, you get a phone number that you can 3-way into any call. Whatever that number hears gets silently recorded, and emailed to you as an attachment when you hang up. We’re currently offering free 14-day trials and will give you everything you need to start making crystal-clear recordings on any call.

 

Secure Speak is not a licensed lawyer and any statements do not constitute legal advice. Contact a lawyer for information pertaining to your specific case, and reference Delaware Statute 2404 directly.

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