Daily Digest – August 10. NC Passes Debt Collector Law; Senator Attacks Regulator For More Debt Sale Oversight

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  • The state of North Carolina has passed a law that updates and amends how the state defines debt collectors, putting it more in line with how the occupation is defined by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Click here to read a copy of the new law, which was signed by Gov. Pat McCrory last week. 
  • A man named Matthew Hartigan who lives in Clearwater, Fla., has been repeatedly contacted for 17 years for debts that below to another Matthew Hartigan from Philadelphia. No matter what he says, the collectors eventually keep coming back. 
  • Sen. Sherrod Brown [D-Ohio] sent a letter on Friday to the Federal Reserve Board, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., and the National Credit Union Administration urging the regulators to strengthen the oversight of debt sale transactions. 

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