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Daily Digest – February 13. Getting to Know Emily Campbell of Berlin-Wheeler; Judge Dismisses Whistleblower Suit Against Collectors

GETTING TO KNOW EMILY CAMPBELL OF BERLIN-WHEELER

  • Hearing the stories of people who have started at the bottom and worked their way up the corporate ladder is always inspiring, and Emily Campbell’s story is just as motivating. Starting as a collection agent nine years ago, she is now a Senior Call Center Operations Manager at Berlin-Wheeler in Kansas. Read on to learn more about Emily, her ability to pick the right kind of reaction in any situation, and what she can do that 80% of the people on Earth are not able to accomplish. This series is sponsored by Arbeit Software.

JUDGE DISMISSES WHISTELBLOWER SUIT AGAINST COLLECTORS OVER STUDENT LOAN CONTRACT

  • A District Court judge in the District of Columbia has granted motions to dismiss filed by the remaining defendants in a whistleblower’s False Claims Act lawsuit that alleges the a number of debt collectors defrauded the federal government of more than $100 million in relation to a contract to service student loans with the Department of Education.

CDC DATA INDICATES FEWER PEOPLE HAVING PROBLEMS PAYING MEDICAL BILLS

  • While one-in-seven individuals were still having problems paying their medical bills at the end of 2018, that represents a 28% drop from the number who were having problems in 2011, according to data released this week by the Centers for Disease Control.

STATE BANKING TRADE GROUPS CALLS FOR ‘GREATER EFFORT’ TO REGULATE COLLECTORS

  • An association representing state banking regulators is calling for a “greater effort” to develop “uniform and comprehensive standards for regulation” of the debt collection industry in a white paper that it published providing an overview of the industry and how it is regulated.

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