COLLECTORS CLOSE TO WORKING FROM HOME IN WISCONSIN
- The Wisconsin legislature is working on a bill that would allow employees of licensed debt collection agencies to work from home without having to get a separate license of their own. Those employees working from home will be required to follow the same rules and regulations as if they were working in a licensed collection agency’s office.
WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE MOVES CLOSER TO ALLOWING LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
- Meanwhile, also in Wisconsin, the state is moving forward with a proposal that would allow public libraries to use private debt collectors to recover unpaid fines and fees. Currently, privacy laws in Wisconsin prevent sharing the personal information of people who use public library systems. The state Senate is expected to vote on the measure.
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