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Daily Digest – November 14. Getting to Know Jennifer Horvath of Aargon Agency; Judge Grants MSJ For Defendant in FDCPA Case

GETTING TO KNOW JENNIFER HORVATH OF AARGON AGENCY

  • In describing one of her greatest skills, Jennifer Horvath also did a pretty good job explaining the collections industry — it’s about de-escalation. She also has a dream story for any job candidate — being hired on the spot. Read on to learn more about Jennifer and why you shouldn’t hold the fact that she is a Dallas Cowboys fan against her.

JUDGE GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENDANT IN FDCPA CASE OVER CREDITOR NAME REPORTED TO CREDIT BUREAU

  • A District Court judge in Florida has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment after it was sued for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act because it referenced the name of a creditor that purchased the original creditor in a collection letter.

CFPB REPORT ANALYZES FINANCIAL WELL-BEING OF AMERICANS

  • For the most part, consumers across the country tend to be in the same financial situation, although there are wide variances across the country among those who might be in the worst financial shape, according to a report that was released yesterday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau which assess the “Financial Well-Being” of America on a state-by-state basis.

FTC GOES AFTER STUDENT LOAN DEBT RELIEF SCAMMERS THAT ALLEGED TO TAKE OVER SERVICING

  • The Federal Trade Commission is continuing its assault on student loan debt relief scams, obtaining a temporary restraining order against an operation that is alleged to have pocketed $43 million in revenue from individuals, largely via illegal upfront fees.

WORTH NOTING: Meet Potato, the googly-eyed cat … There is a connection between bad grades and the amount of time students spend on social media … The lengths that people are going to for privacy in open-concept offices … The cost to becoming a U.S. citizen is going way up … How to get a free drink from Starbucks today … The right way to buy yourself a gift … How people with health insurance still fall to medical bankruptcy … Who thinks this is ok to do on an airplane? … One woman in New York might be behind more than 24,000 fake calls to 911 since June.

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