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Daily Digest – March 20. Mr. Weltman Goes to Washington; Judge Rules ‘Original’ and ‘Current’ in Letter Not Enough to Violate FDCPA

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Creditor Agrees to $2.2 Million TCPA Settlement

A proposed settlement has been reached in a case in which the financing unit of Nissan Motors was accused of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by calling the cell phones of individuals who did not have accounts with the creditor using an automatic telephone dialing system without first obtaining …

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Mr. Weltman Goes to Washington

Scott Weltman, the managing partner of Weltman Weinberg & Reis, recently testified before the House Financial Services Committee about his firm’s experience being sued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Weltman won its case when a jury ruled the agency did not prove its case. Sharing his thoughts about his …

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RevSpring Announces New Chief Executive Officer

LIVONIA, MI (March 18, 2019) – RevSpring, a leading provider of consumer communications, billing, and payment solutions, announced today that healthcare industry veteran Scott MacKenzie has joined RevSpring as Chief Executive Officer and a member of RevSpring’s Board of Directors. Scott brings more than 25 years of experience in healthcare and …

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Bankruptcy a Side Effect to Getting Sick: Report

Medical debt is getting the mainstream media spotlight today, largely due to a study that sought to determine if there is a correlation between individuals who incur a significant amount of medical debt and those individuals having to file for bankruptcy protection. Nearly 60% of individuals who filed for bankruptcy …

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Citibank Urges Judge Not to Certify TCPA Collection Suit

It is impossible to determine a class of wrong-number recipients to debt collection calls because doing so requires an account-by-account review of each alleged wrong number call, according to a motion filed by Citibank, which is facing a Telephone Consumer Protection Act lawsuit for allegedly calling an individual’s cell phone …

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