Daily Digest – March 24. Getting to Know Chris Repholz of The CCS Companies; Judge Grants Motion for Defendant in FCRA Case

GETTING TO KNOW CHRIS REPHOLZ OF THE CCS COMPANIES

  • If you learn anything from this profile, Chris Repholz wants you to know that his last name is pronounced “Rep-holts” not “Ref-olts.” But more than that, he is someone who has dedicated most of his professional life to the contact center and accounts receivable management industry and his outgoing and extroverted nature has served him very well in that time, even if he is old enough to know that you used to have to use a newspaper to look for jobs. Read on to learn more about Chris, how he likely loves punk rock more than you, and what he does during his long commute to work everyday. This series is sponsored by Applied Innovation.

JUDGE GRANTS MOTION FOR DEFENDANT IN FCRA CASE OVER REMOVAL OF DISPUTE NOTIFICATION

  • A District Court judge in Tennessee has granted a defendant’s motion for judgment on the pleadings that it did not violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act by failing to remove a dispute notification when furnishing information about an individual’s credit report to a credit reporting agency, because the individual only submitted the removal request to the CRA and not to the defendant itself.

SENATE COMMITTEE TO HOLD HEARING ON IMPACT OF MEDICAL DEBT

  • The Senate Banking Committee has scheduled a hearing for next Tuesday that will hear testimony related to the “impact of the growing burden of medical debt,” likely a response to a number of reports and activities detailing the size and scope of medical debt being carried by individuals in the United States.

AVERAGE TAX REFUND STILL WELL ABOVE LAST YEAR’S FIGURE, ALTHOUGH SIZE OF REFUNDS IS SHRINKING

  • The pace of income tax returns that have been filed with the Internal Revenue Service is slowing down, compared with last year, but the size of the average income tax refund remains significantly higher, further confounding members of the accounts receivable management industry, who had expected tax refunds for 2021 to be lower than usual, because of pandemic-related stimulus efforts by the federal government, which were advances on items normally addressed when filing tax returns.

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