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Daily Digest – June 20. Getting to Know Mike Frost of Malone Frost Martin; Defendant Settles TCPA Collection Call Class-Action For $10.75M

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GETTING TO KNOW MIKE FROST OF MALONE FROST MARTIN

  • It’s not often that we see someone in a new position who participates in this profile feature. But Mike Frost has never been one who’s gone with the flow. Recently joining a law firm after spending 15 years working at the same collection agency, Frost is one of the most well-known and well-respected members of the credit and collection industry. Read on to learn more about Mike, why the industry owes him a huge debt, and what makes him a traditional Iowa farmer, without the farm.

DEFENDANT SETTLES TCPA COLLECTION CALL CLASS ACTION FOR $10.75M

  • Cox Communications has agreed to pay $10.75 million to settle a class-action Telephone Consumer Protection Act lawsuit that claimed it made collection calls using an automated telephone dialing system to an individual’s cell phone without her consent.

COLLECTION MANAGER SENTENCED TO 24 MONTHS IN PRISON FOR ROLE IN $1.1M SCAM

  • More than a year after pleading guilty to her role in a debt collection scam that raked in more than $1.1 million, a Niagara Falls, N.Y. woman has been sentenced to 24 months in prison.

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BILL INTRODUCED TO PROHIBIT SCHOOLS FROM HIRING COLLECTORS TO RECOVER UNPAID LUNCH DEBTS

  • A bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives that would prohibit school districts from using debt collectors to recover unpaid debts related to school lunches while also keeping districts from publicly shaming students with unpaid lunch debts.

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