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Daily Digest – February 12. Judge Rules Collector Violated FDCPA By Not Promptly Reporting Debt as Disputed; GC Services Laying Off 89 From Tenn. Call Center

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JUDGE RULES COLLECTOR VIOLATED FDCPA BY NOT PROMPTLY REPORTING DEBT AS DISPUTED

  • In a case that was first reported by Nadia Adams at Womble Bond Dickinson, a federal judge in Illinois has partially granted and partially denied summary judgment requests from both the plaintiff and the defendant in a case in which a collection agency was sued for not promptly reporting a debt had been disputed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

GC SERVICES LAYING OFF 89 FROM TENN. CALL CENTER

  • GC Services has announced it is laying off 89 employees from a call center in Knoxville, Tenn., according to an official notice the company filed with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

JUDGE APPROVES $2.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT IN NAVIENT TCPA CASE

  • A District Court judge in Virginia has finalized a $2.5 million settlement after student loan servicer Navient was accused of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by using an automatic telephone dialing system to contact the cell phones of third parties for location information calls without the proper consent.

AUDITORS RECOMMEND OKLA. DA’s HIRE COLLECTION AGENCIES TO RECOVER $56 MILLION IN UNPAID DEBTS

HOSPITAL GROUP ACQUIRES RCM BLOCKCHAIN STARTUP

  • Providence St. Joseph Health, which operates more than 50 hospitals and healthcare facilities in the Western United States, yesterday announced the acquisition of Lumedic, a Seattle-based revenue cycle management company based on blockchain technology.

LUCENTPAY INTEGRATES WITH LATITUDE BY GENESYS

  • LucentPay, a full-service payment processor leading the way with the industry’s most compliant fee-enabled solution, announces its No-Cost-to-Biller™ solution is now integrated with Latitude by Genesys (“Latitude”).

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