GETTING TO KNOW PATRICK INGEGNO OF INNER-CIRCLE DEBT SOLUTIONS
- To be perfectly fair to Patrick, he submitted his profile a long time ago and it’s completely my fault that it wasn’t published until now. He’s owed an apology and I hope that by publishing this, it’s a step in the right direction. But if some of his answers appear out of date, it’s definitely not his fault. Someone who walked the streets with a resume in his hand to get a job and went to college without ever having to pay deserves the chance to be spotlighted. So read on and learn more about Patrick and why he probably would have done a better job writing this intro than I did.
JUDGE GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENSE IN TCPA CLASS-ACTION OVER TEXT MESSAGES
- A District Court judge in Indiana has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action, ruling that even though the plaintiff continued to receive text messages from a debt collector after she had revoked consent to be contacted, the technology used by the defendant did not meet the definition of an automated telephone dialing system.
CFPB ISSUES FAQS TO PROVIDE GUIDANCE ABOUT CREDIT REPORTING DURING COVID-19
- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has released a set of Frequently Asked Questions — and answers — related to how furnishers must comply with the credit reporting requirements of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The FAQs supplement a statement that the CFPB had previously issued, reminding furnishers of the duty to comply with the law.
SENATOR TAKES ANOTHER CRACK AT ALTERING CFPB LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE
- A bill has been introduced in the Senate that would change the leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to a five-member commission from a single director, which comes as everyone awaits a ruling from the Supreme Court on whether the current structure of the Bureau is constitutional or not.
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