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Daily Digest – March 7. Getting to Know David Kelley of The Preferred Group of Tampa; Judge Denies MTD in FDCPA SOL Case

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GETTING TO KNOW DAVID KELLEY OF THE PREFERRED GROUP OF TAMPA

  • When asked what he would be doing if he weren’t working in the credit and collection industry, David Kelley mentioned being a pastor or being a baseball coach. The intersection of those two professions might be why he’s found his niche in this industry, having worked his way up from collector to running his own agency. Read on to learn more about David and how coffee helps fuel his productivity.

JUDGE DENIES MTD IN FDCPA SOL CASE

  • A District Court judge in Illinois has denied a defendant’s motion to dismiss after a plaintiff filed a class-action lawsuit alleging the defendant violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by failing to mention in a letter that payment on a settlement offer would restart the statute of limitations on the underlying debt.

ACA SUBMITS LETTER AS KRANINGER PREPS TO TESTIFY BEFORE HOUSE COMMITTEE

  • In advance of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Kathy Kraninger’s first time before the House Financial Services Committee today, ACA International has submitted a letter to the committee, detailing how Congress should “urge [the CFPB] to create transparent and workable policies for the financial services industry.”

REP. WATERS LEADS COALITION OF DEMOCRATS WITH NEW BILL AIMED AT UNDOING CHANGES AT CFPB

  • A group of 30 House Democrats have introduced legislation aimed at undoing many of the changes that were put in place at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau during the year-long reign of former Acting Director Mick Mulvaney.

FTC ISSUES NPRM TO UPDATE SAFEGUARDS, PRIVACY RULES

  • The Federal Trade Commission has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that seeks to update both its Safeguards Rule and Privacy Rule under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. The proposed rules will expand the scope of what defines a “financial institution” covered under the rule and require institutions to implement two-factor authentication procedures for any time an individual wishes to access his or her account.

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