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Daily Digest – July 5. Australian Journalist Recounts Time as Collector; Highest-Paid White House Staffer is CFPB Employee

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AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST RECOUNTS HER TIME AS A DEBT COLLECTOR

  • Working as a debt collector turned a journalist’s heart into “a cold, hard stone,” she says in a recounting of her time at a collection agency in Australia. The stories, the insults, and the lies “desensitized” her to the point where she lost her empathy for the individuals on the other end of the phone.

HOW BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES USE LAWSUITS AGAINST COLLECTORS AS POTENTIAL ASSETS

  • To be honest, I didn’t think this article was going to yield anything incredibly noteworthy, but it is the day after a holiday, and a Friday, so it’s not exactly the busiest news day of the year, so I read it all the way through. And was it worth it.

HIGHEST-PAID WHITE HOUSE STAFFER IS CFPB EMPLOYEE ON LOAN TO MULVANEY’S OFFICE

  • The individual working in the White House who earns the most money is the director of communications from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, who is acting as a senior advisor to Mick Mulvaney, President Trump’s acting chief of staff.

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