Daily Digest – September 13. Judge Grants MSJ For Defendant in FDCPA Case; Colo. AG Reaches $3M Settlement With Auto Lender

JUDGE GRANTS MSJ FOR DEFENSE IN FDCPA CASE OVER WEBSITE DISCLOSURE

  • Sometimes, collectors will use a broad brush and expansive statements to try and cover as much ground as possible when letting consumers know about the rules and regulations related to collecting on unpaid debts. Those statements do not specifically violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ruled a District Court judge in Illinois, who granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a case that was defended by David Schultz and the team at Hinshaw & Culbertson.

COLO. AG REACHES $3M SETTLEMENT WITH AUTO LENDER OVER ORIGINATION, COLLECTION ISSUES

  • The Attorney General of Colorado has reached a settlement with one of the nation’s largest subprime auto lenders that will see the company pay more than $3 million in consumer relief while also requiring it to amend its origination and collection practices, including not requiring consumers to make payments through methods that require consumers to pay additional third-party fees, such as money orders.

REPORT TIES MEDICAL DEBT TO BK FILINGS

  • Offering a “microcosm” of the “national problem” of the financial issues caused by illness and injuries leading to individuals being forced to file for bankruptcy protection, a state consumer advocacy group has published a report detailing that 60% of bankruptcy filings included some form of medical debt.

NEW PLATFORM OFFERS ‘INNOVATIVE’ OPTIONS TO REPAY DEBTS

  • Seeking to offer consumers more ways to settle their unpaid debts, a husband and wife team from Wisconsin have launched a new platform that was recently profiled in a media publication.

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