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Daily Digest – October 8. Crunch Petitions Ninth Circuit for En Banc Hearing in TCPA Case; The Changing Dynamics of Collector Compensation

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CRUNCH PETITIONS NINTH CIRCUIT FOR EN BANC HEARING IN TCPA CASE

  • The defendant in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act case that has rocked the ARM industry on Thursday filed a request with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals seeking a full hearing before a full slate of the court’s judges in an attempt to overturn a decision about what constitutes an automatic telephone dialing system.

 

THE CHANGING DYNAMICS OF COLLECTOR COMPENSATION

  • The best way to compensate collectors is to figure out what behavior you want them to have and then develop a compensation model that provides incentives for meeting that behavior. That was the over-riding consensus from a panel of agency executives who spoke as panelists for a webinar recently about collector compensation.

 

BAD DEBT TOTALS AT WISCONSIN HOSPITALS CLIMBING

  • A report from the Wisconsin Hospital Association revealed the amount of uncompensated healthcare, which includes unpaid debts, has risen 14% in the past two years and now stands at more than $1.1 billion. The amount of bad debt accounted for $583 million of that total, according to the report.

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT MULLS OPTIONS OVER UNPAID LUNCH DEBTS

  • A school district in New Hampshire is mulling its options as it deals with $32,000 in unpaid school lunches. One possible option is to place any account with a balance of more than $20 with a collection agency, although some in the district are reluctant to take the step, calling it a “shake down.”

 

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The Daily Digest is sponsored by Beam Software. A Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Beam is a thought leader in portfolio management and collection software. They offer both cloud-based and on-premise solutions to accommodate the entire collection continuum. For more information, please visit www.beamsoftware.com or call (800) 212-2326.

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