Some quick links to start your Tuesday. The most overvalued housing markets in the U.S. … Intel pledges to keep cars safe from hackers … Why banks are pushing hard into Bitcoin and digital currency … All eyes are on the Federal Reserve Board … A review of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS9 … Is this really a thing? … Bummer … Five pieces of bad advice that people like to give.
- A collection agency hired by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has recovered 1% of the value of the cases that have been referred to the agency by the department, according to the results of a statewide audit. The collection agency has had its contract with the department renewed twice in the past five years.
- ACA International published a press release yesterday, touting the declining number of complaints and increasing number of successful resolutions between collectors and consumers. ACA also used the press release to take a couple of shots at the CFPB’s complaint database and how the debt collections rank as the financial category most often complained about by consumers.
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