Arizona is one of 38 states where you only need one party consent to record a phone call. So if you’re one of the parties on the call, then yes, you can record it! You don’t even have to tell the other parties that you are recording.

Officially, from Arizona Statute A.R.S 13-305, violation is when a person:

Intentionally intercepts a conversation or discussion at which he is not present, or aids, authorizes, employs, procures or permits another to so do, without the consent of a party to such conversation or discussion.”

SecureSpeak makes it dead simple to record calls. Signup, and we give you a phone number that you can 3-way into any call. Whatever that line hears gets recorded silently in the background, and when the call is over an email is sent to you with the recording attached. We currently are running a free trial so you can record calls for 14-days for free.


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 Arizona Statute A.R.S 13-305 directly.

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