We’re based in Colorado, and many of our customers are too, so we frequently get asked if it’s legal to record phone calls in the mile high city.
The short answer – yes, you can record phone calls in Colorado.
Colorado is considered a “one-party” consent state. This means that only one party to a conversation needs to give consent – and that person can be you. It’s worded this way so that you can’t evesdrop and record a different conversation that you’re not a party to.
How do I record calls?
Colorado law doesn’t explicitally state how you can and can’t record calls. You can use a handheld recorder, a microphone, or of course our call recording system. With our system, you simply 3-way in our recording line to any call – whatever it hears gets recorded and sent to you as an attachment in an email. See how recording calls works, and take a look at our pricing page.
Secure Speak Call Recording Plans
- Works on all phones (iPhone, Android, Windows, even landlines!)
- Crystal clear recordings
- Recordings emailed to your inbox
- 30-day money back guarantee
- Free phone support
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.