Daily Digest – August 6. Getting to Know Sarah DeMoss of Premiere Credit; Judge Grants MTD in FDCPA Case

GETTING TO KNOW SARAH DEMOSS OF PREMIERE CREDIT

  • Sarah DeMoss might be the first person ever from Alaska to participate in the Getting to Know series, which makes her one-of-a-kind right off the bat. Add in her proactive approach to managing her team and that makes her even more special. Read on to learn more about Sarah and why she never gets bored in her job. This series is sponsored by Arbeit.

JUDGE GRANTS MTD IN FDCPA CASE OVER CALL TO WORK PHONE, LACK OF RESPONSE TO VALIDATION REQUEST

  • A District Court judge in Iowa has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act because it contacted the plaintiff at his place of employment and never received validation of the debt after he requested it from the defendant.

ENCORE POSTS STRONG 2Q RESULTS

  • Most collection agencies are private companies, and do not have to release their financial statements. So all we outsiders have to go on is anecdotal or empirical information about how companies in the industry are doing. But there are a couple of companies that are publicly traded and one of them released their second quarter financial statements yesterday, which offered the first glimpse into the economic impact that the coronavirus pandemic is having on companies in the accounts receivable management industry.

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KATABAT ATTRACTS SIGNIFICANT GROWTH INVESTMENT FROM TRITIUM PARTNERS AND TERMINUS CAPITAL

  • Katabat, a leading global provider of debt management software solutions for lenders, fintechs, and collection agencies, announced today a strategic growth investment from Tritium Partners, a growth-focused private equity firm with extensive experience investing in fintech and financial services companies, and Terminus Capital, an enterprise software private equity firm.

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