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Daily Digest – June 13. Getting to Know Irene Hohuesle; Judge Grants MSJ in Case Involving Two Dispute Notices Sent Months Apart

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GETTING TO KNOW IRENE HOHEUSLE OF ACCOUNT RECOVERY SPECIALISTS

  • If you learn nothing else by reading the answers below, you should learn that Irene Hohuesle has perspective. For as much as she loves her job and she loves working in the credit and collections industry — and she definitely does love it — she knows that what really matters at the end of the day is family. Read on to learn more about Irene and why it’s best to give her a deadline when you ask her for something and why you might want to call her if you have a DIY project around the house.

JUDGE GRANTS MSJ IN CASE INVOLVING TWO DISPUTE NOTICES SENT MONTHS APART

  • A District Court judge in Texas has granted summary judgment in favor of a defendant that was accused of violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by sending two collection letters — four months apart — that each contained a notice and a 30-day window in which the debt could be disputed. The conflicting information was said to violate Section 1692e of the FDCPA by using false, deceptive or misleading representations in the collection of a debt.

APPEALS COURT AFFIRMS DISMISSAL OF SECOND AVILA SUIT

  • The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed by an individual with a name that many in the credit and collection industry will immediately recognize: Avila.

AGENCY SUED FOR ALLEGEDLY VIOLATING FDCPA BY FILING SUIT IN IMPROPER VENUE 15 YEARS AGO

  • A lawsuit has been filed against a collection agency for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by filing its own lawsuit 15 years ago in the wrong venue against an individual attempting to collect on an unpaid medical debt.

VENDORS POSE GREATEST RISK TO HEALTHCARE COMPANIES CYBERSECURITY: SURVEY

  • Collection agencies working medical debt, be forewarned. You are a reason why healthcare executives are tossing and turning in their beds every night, unable to fall asleep. And that was before a data breach at a collection agency exposed the personal and financial information of 20 million individuals.

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