Daily Digest – February 23. Bedard Discusses Exceptions to Cease Communication Requests; Judge Denies MTD Over Dispute Reinvestigation

BEDARD DISCUSSES EXCEPTIONS TO CEASE COMMUNICATION REQUESTS

  • When it released its debt collection rule, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau did not make a lot of changes to how the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act restricts the use of harassing, oppressive, and abusive behavior, but it did make some subtle changes, and they are changes that collectors need to be aware of. In the latest episode of, “You Wanted a Rule, You Got a Rule,” John Bedard of Bedard Law Group finishes off Section 1006.14 of the debt collection rule, walking through some of the new wrinkles that are different from what was originally included in the FDCPA.

JUDGE DENIES MTD OVER REINVESTIGATION OF DISPUTE IN FCRA CASE

  • A District Court judge in Massachusetts has denied a defendant’s motion to dismiss a Fair Credit Reporting Act case after it was sued for not properly investigating a dispute arising from an individual claiming loans taken out in his name were the result of identity theft.

CFPB ANNOUNCES FIRST ENFORCEMENT ACTION UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP

  • The post-Kraninger Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced its first enforcement action yesterday, and while it might not directly relate to the accounts receivable management industry, there are a number of insights that the industry can and should glean from the news.

SENATE COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES HEARING DATE FOR CHOPRA CONFIRMATION

  • The Senate Banking Committee announced yesterday that it will hold its confirmation hearing for the nomination of Rohit Chopra to be the next director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday, March 2.

ECOLLECTIONS DEBT MANAGEMENT PLATFORM ANNOUNCES NEW BUSINESS IMPORT TOOL

  • Sentinel Development Solutions is pleased to announce the release of eImport, our new import tool that provides eCollections customers with a powerful new way to accept and prepare new business for collection/recovery activity. 

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