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Christine Lee Joins BillingTree as Chief Executive Officer

PHOENIX, Jan. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —BillingTree®, the payment problem solvers™, announced today the appointment of Christine “Chris” Lee as Chief Executive Officer. Former CEO Edgars Sturans will remain as a BillingTree Board member. Ms. Lee’s hiring comes at an opportune time for the rapidly growing payment solution provider, supplying a wealth …

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Mississippi Cities Pushing For Collection Law

Cities and counties in Mississippi will be pushing the state legislature to enact a law that will allow for unpaid municipal fines to be deducted from an individual’s state tax returns, according to a published report. The Mississippi Municipal League is still finalizing its agenda in advance of the state …

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IRS To Mail Out Refunds Even if Shutdown Continues

In an announcement that will be very welcome news to the credit and collection industry, the Internal Revenue Service announced yesterday that income tax refunds will still be mailed out even if the government shutdown continues. There had been concerns that the tax agency would not mail out refund checks …

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National Service Bureau Brings Aboard Industry Veteran

Seattle, WA–National Service Bureau Inc., a leading nationwide debt collection agency located in Seattle, WA has hired industry veteran Nick Jarman to lead their business development. Jarman will be responsible for all the business development efforts at NSB which includes the current and future aspects of the department. Among some of Jarman’s …

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FCC Announces Shutdown, Following FTC

Another federal agency that regulates the ARM industry has announced it is shutting down because it has run out of money. The Federal Communications Commission announced on Monday that it will suspend most of its operations at mid-day Thursday because of a government shutdown that began Dec. 22. Already, the …

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