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Daily Digest – May 16. Getting to Know Ron Brown of CSI Group; Proposed FCC Rule Would Give Consumers Power to Block Calls Unless Caller is in Their Contact List

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GETTING TO KNOW RON BROWN OF CSI GROUP

  • If you ever have the chance to spend some time with Ron Brown, do it. Having spent more than half a century in the credit and collection industry, the man has no shortage of great stories. One of the most respected and recognized experts in the industry, Brown has literally written the book on skip tracing. Read on to learn more about Ron and what he wants on his tombstone.

PROPOSED FCC RULE WOULD GIVE CONSUMERS POWER TO BLOCK CALLS IF CALLER IS NOT IN THEIR CONTACT LIST

  • Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, yesterday proposed what he described as a “bold action” that would give phone companies the block “unwanted” calls from being connected to consumers and allow consumers to block calls from individuals who are not on their contact list.

JUDGE DENIES MTD IN FDCPA CASE OVER POTENTIAL SOL VIOLATION

  • A District Court judge in Kansas has denied a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by applying a payment from an individual to multiple debts, including one where the statute of limitations had expired, thus re-starting the clock and allowing the defendant to file its own suit against the plaintiff in an attempt to collect.

CFPB ENFORCEMENT DIRECTOR, CAUGHT UP IN RACISM SCANDAL, ANNOUNCES DEPARTURE

  • The Director of Supervision, Enforcement, and Fair Lending at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, who last year came under fire for racist comments he made under a pen name 15 years ago, has announced he is leaving his position at the Bureau.

WORTH NOTING: The CFPB is calling out the Department of Education regarding oversight of the student loan industry … A 22-month old boy who went missing in Kentucky was found alive three days later … If you lose your passport in Austria, you can now go to McDonald’s for help … Never too early to start thinking about Father’s Day gifts … Talk about excessive mark-up … How “Peppa Pig” became a billion-dollar phenomenon … My $90 million bid for this just missed out, I guess … If your boss does this, why you should head for the hills.

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