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Verizon Announces Launch of Call Filtering Service

Verizon announced yesterday that it will begin offering a new “call filter” app that will help users “break up” with robocallers. The service, which will include a free version as well as a premium version that will cost $2.99 per month, will display the name, phone number, city, and state …

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FCC Report on Robocalls Short on Solutions to Fix Problem

The Federal Communications Commission this week released its first ever report on illegal robocalls, and it seems the only conclusions that can be drawn from the document is that illegal robocalls exist, that the FCC is aware of it, and the agency is trying to do what it can to …

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Daily Digest – February 13. Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss FDCPA Case Over License; Despite Being in Black, Taxpayer Advocate Still Slams IRS Collection Agency Program

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More Signs Point to Weakening Economy

Data released this week by the Federal Reserve Board of New York is sending up red flags that consumers’ financial conditioning may be weakening, and signs of a recession may be on the horizon. Economists are pointing to a record number of individuals who are behind on their auto loans …

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