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Daily Digest – February 28. Getting to Know Adam Wood of GCS Credit Community; Judge Grants Motion to Dismiss in FDCPA Overshadowing Case

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GETTING TO KNOW ADAM WOOD OF GCS CREDIT COMMUNITY

  • For the first time, the Getting to Know profile goes Down Under. Even though he’s from the other side of the world, Adam Wood from GCS Credit Community is well-known in the credit and collection space on this side of the globe. Ambitious and passionate about this industry to a fault, Adam has big plans for where he hopes to take global credit and collections. Read on to learn more about Adam and maybe learn a little bit about Australian Rules Football, too.

JUDGE GRANTS MOTION TO DISMISS IN FDCPA OVERSHADOWING CASE

  • A District Court judge in Illinois has granted a motion to dismiss after a collection agency was sued by a plaintiff for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by leaving a voicemail during the 30-day validation period that overshadowed her right to dispute the debt, even though the voicemail did not demand immediate payment.

ENCORE CAPITAL ANNOUNCES RECORD PROFITS FOR 2018

  • There has been a slight “softness” in the normal collections during income tax season, noted Ashish Masih, the president and chief executive officer of Encore Capital, possibly tied to the month-long government shutdown as well as changes to the tax code, during a conference call held yesterday to discuss the company’s fourth quarter and 2018 full-year earnings report.

BILL INTRODUCED IN CALIF. LEGISLATURE TO KEEP COLLECTORS FROM EMPTYING BANK ACCOUNTS

  • A bill has been introduced in the California legislature that would protect $2,000 from being garnished from an individual’s bank account in the event a judgment has been awarded.

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