Daily Digest – May 6. Getting to Know Jill Kennady of Resurgent Capital Services; Judge Grants MSJ for Defendant in FDCPA, FCRA Case

GETTING TO KNOW JILL KENNADY OF RESURGENT CAPITAL SERVICES

  • Much of the work that Jill Kennady did before entering the accounts receivable management space gave her a solid foundation on which to build her career — working in social work and mental health counseling. Having found a home at Resurgent Capital Services, Jill has been able to apply her previous experience to help her grow at the company. Read on to learn more about Jill, why the best plans — at least as they apply to food — often fall short, and why she will be satisfied with being comfortable. This series is sponsored by Applied Innovation.

JUDGE GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENDANT IN FDCPA, FCRA CASE OVER ALLEGED ID THEFT

  • What determines whether an investigation into a disputed debt is reasonable or not? A District Court judge in Indiana has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case, saying that its policies and procedures were “beyond question” in making sure a debt was valid when it reported it to a credit bureau.

FICO SELLS DEBT COLLECTION BUSINESS TO CANADIAN SOFTWARE COMPANY

  • In the process of announcing its financial report for the first quarter of 2021, FICO — the company behind the original credit score — announced it was divesting itself of its debt collection and recovery business, selling it to Constellation’s Jonas Software, an enterprise management software company. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

JUDGE STRIKES DOWN CDC’S BAN ON EVICTIONS; DOJ PLANS TO APPEAL

  • The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s moratorium on evictions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic took another turn yesterday, with a District Court judge in the District of Columbia ruling that the agency overstepped its bounds by saying that individuals could not be evicted during the pandemic. The ruling occurred on the same day that a rule from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was published in the Federal Register that prohibits collectors from evicting individuals without first providing them with a “clear and conspicuous” written notice detailing the protections that those individuals have under the CDC’s moratorium.

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