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Daily Digest – October 1. California DA Secures More Convictions in Fake Collections Case; Newspaper Profile Digs Deep Into Andrew Shaevel

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CALIFORNIA DA SECURES MORE CONVICTIONS IN FAKE COLLECTION CASE

  • The District Attorney of Ventura, California has secured more convictions in a collections case involving five individuals who ran a series of phony collection agencies that would not remit payments received from individuals to the agencies’ clients.

 

NEWSPAPER PROFILE DIGS DEEP INTO ANDREW SHAEVEL

  • Andrew Shaevel has received 19 honors and awards from community organizations in and around Buffalo during the past 25 years for his support and fundraising efforts. He is also the founder of a company that has been accused by the New York Attorney General of buying and attempting to collect on phantom debts and working with collection agencies that engage in illegal tactics to attempt to collect payments.

 

BLANKENSTEIN’S COMMENTS SPREAD DISSENT AT BCFP

  • “Discontent” is brewing at the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection as more employees and senior staff at the agency express concerns over the fitness of Eric Blankenstein, the BCFP’s policy director of supervision, enforcement and fair lending, who admitted last week to authorizing a series of posts 14 years ago that used a racial slur and suggested that most hate crimes are “hoaxes.”

 

COMPANIES CRYING WOLF ABOUT HEALTHCARE COSTS

  • For all the talk of a healthcare crisis, the numbers make it appear as though it is more myth than fact, according to a published report. The amount that companies spend on healthcare for their employees has remained largely unchanged during the past eight years, hovering around 7.5% of total compensation for all private companies.

 

SEQUIUM INTRODUCES DAVID, THE MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED MOBILE APP TO THE COLLECTION INDUSTRY

  • Sequium Asset Solutions, LLC, a leader in outsourced Accounts Receivable Management, has announced their proprietary and data-driven mobile application called DAVID; that will allow consumers to solve their obligations when it comes to debt management, and empower them to be in control of their own financial situations.

 

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