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Daily Digest – June 12. Analogy-Whiz; N.J. Judge Dismisses FDCPA Suit Over Dispute Notice in Letter

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ANALOGY-WHIZ

  • Nobody loves a good analogy more than I do. They are wonderful tools to help you make a point by using real-world examples that others can relate to. But I’m wondering if an analogy used by Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, may have missed the mark.

N.J. JUDGE DISMISSES FDCPA SUIT OVER DISPUTE NOTICE IN LETTER

  • What? A District Court judge in New Jersey ruling that a collection agency did not violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by failing to explicitly indicate that a dispute had to be filed in writing? Say it isn’t so.

CFPB TOUTS KRANINGER’s ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING FIRST SIX MONTHS ON THE JOB, AS SHE MAKES MORE PUBLIC APPEARANCES

  • One-tenth of the way though her five-year term, Kathy Kraninger, the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking her first victory lap, in the form of a press release touting what the agency has accomplished during her first six months on the job.

FLOCK SPECIALTY FINANCE ANNOUNCES NEW ADDITION TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • FLOCK Specialty Finance announces the appointment of Reid Simpson, former CFO of Asset Acceptance, to its Board of Directors. Simpson will work with the leadership team to support the Company’s continued growth and advise FLOCK on its capital raising strategy and investment decisions.

WORTH NOTING: The U.S. Women’s team got off to a pretty good start at the World Cup yesterday, but should they have been so happy about it? You do have to like how the U.S.. team consoled the Thai team after the game was over … More consumers are becoming concerned about privacy and encryption in their messaging … The one key to happiness hasn’t changed much in 71 years … Eleven children have already died this year from being left in hot cars … Radiohead had an interesting response to a ransom request for its music … How one Canadian grocery store is getting people to stop using plastic bags.

Because your kids are going to watch it a million times

Mr. Stewart goes to Washington

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