Daily Digest – April 6. Judge Grants MTD in FCRA Case; White House to Extend Student Loan Payment Moratorium

JUDGE GRANTS MTD IN FCRA CASE AGAINST COLLECTORS FOR NOT REMOVING DISPUTE NOTIFICATIONS

  • In a case that was defended by the team at Gordon & Rees Scully Mansukhani, a District Court judge in Michigan has granted a motion to dismiss filed by defendants in a Fair Credit Reporting Act case, after they were accused of not updating that the accounts in question were no longer being disputed.

WHITE HOUSE TO EXTEND STUDENT LOAN PAYMENT MORATORIUM UNTIL SEPTEMBER

  • The White House is expected to announce as soon as today that it will once again extend the moratorium on student loan payments, this time pushing the deadline out another four months to August 31. This will mark the sixth time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that the federal government has opted to allow individuals with student loans to not make their loan payments.

FCC CHAIR SAYS CONGRESS MAY NEED TO ACT TO EXPAND DEFINITION OF ATDS UNDER TCPA

  • The chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission is calling on Congress to help amend the definition of an automated telephone dialing system because the Supreme Court’s decision in Facebook v. Duguid “could lead to less consumer protection from robocalls,” she wrote in a letter responding to a request from Rep. Vern Buchanan [R-Fla.] about the FCC’s fight against robocalls.

24 COMPANIES SEEKING COLLECTION TALENT

  • During this, The Great Resignation Era, I thought it would be helpful to start a regular posting of different jobs within the accounts receivable management industry that I have found online. Please make sure to do your own due diligence before applying for a position included here or accepting any offers. This is merely meant to be a service to aggregate industry job opportunities into one convenient location.

COMPLIANCE ADVISOR TONIA BROWN JOINS ARM COMPLIANCE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

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