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Daily Digest – February 7. Getting to Know David Linares; CFPB Still Committee to March Timeline for Debt Collection Rule Release

The Daily Digest is sponsored by Microbilt. Designed to help debt collection professionals, MicroBilt’s platform of recovery and skip tracing tools provide quick, convenient, and current data that help you prioritize and successfully track people down and collect. Keep your skip tracing and debt recovery efficient and effective! Contact us to find out about our 90 Day Try Us Program. Call 800-884-4397 or visit www.microbilt.com.

GETTING TO KNOW DAVID LINARES OF DIVERSIFIED CONSULTANTS, INC.

  • There are no shortage of great origin stories for individuals in the credit and collection industry, but David Linares may just win the award for the person who came to the ARM industry from the furthest out in left field. Connecting the dots between a career in aircraft maintenance to now being the chief compliance officer at a huge collection agency is likely not how most people draw up their career paths. But it’s worked out incredibly well for David. Read on to learn more about David and his great approach to being a good listener.

CFPB STILL COMMITTED TO MARCH TIMELINE FOR RELEASE OF PROPOSED DEBT COLLECTION RULE, AND OTHER SNIPPETS FROM RMAi 2019

  • LAS VEGAS — A representative from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reaffirmed the bureau’s March timeline for the release of its proposed debt collection rule during a session yesterday at RMA International’s annual conference, despite concerns that its announcement earlier in the week of its plan to conduct a survey on debt collection disclosures could delay the proposed rule’s release.

JUDGE CERTIFIES CLASS IN TCPA SUIT OVER CALLS ALLEGEDLY MADE VIA ATDS

  • After denying a request from the defendant to stay the proceedings in a case in which it is accused of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by using an automated telephone dialing system to contact the plaintiff without her consent, a District Court judge in Arizona has certified a class of as many as 8,300 potential plaintiffs.

CFPB ANNOUNCES OVERHAUL TO PAYDAY LENDING RULE, MUCH TO CRITICS’ DISMAY

BILL PROPOSED IN CALIFORNIA TO STOP NEIGHBOR SPOOFING

  • A bill has been introduced in the California legislature that would ban the practice of “neighbor spoofing,” where a caller uses a phone number similar to the individual being called in an attempt to increase the likelihood that the individual will pick up the phone.

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