Daily Digest – May 2. Appeals Court Upholds Ruling for Plaintiff in FDCPA Case; New Video Series Launched

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS RULING FOR PLAINTIFF IN FDCPA CASE OVER GARNISHMENT JURISDICTION

NEW VIDEO SERIES LAUNCHED; DEBUT EPISODE TACKLES WHITE HOUSE’S BULLETIN ON MEDICAL DEBTS

  • Everyday, there are legal rulings, compliance bulletins, bills that become law, and other updates released by regulators and lawmakers. Those updates often detail what can and can’t be done, but rarely do they provide the how. Companies in the accounts receivable management industry are often left to their own devices to determine what they need to do — if anything — to comply with the myriad of new rules and regulations that are being issued more frequently than ever before, it seems. To that end, AccountsRecovery.net is excited to launch a new feature, called “The Narrative.”

CFPB GETS BAN FOR DEBT RELIEF CO. CEO AS PART OF ENFORCEMENT ACTION SETTLEMENT

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has filed a proposed order seeking to bring an end to an enforcement action against a pair of debt relief companies and their owner, which would ban the owner from the debt relief industry for five years and require him to pay a $30,000 fine, and permanently ban one of the companies from ever offering debt relief services again. The defendants were accused of collecting more than $10 million in unlawful fees from consumers.

LAWSUIT TOTALS SPIKE IN MARCH: WEBRECON

  • The number of lawsuits alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act all increased in March, compared with a month earlier, each growing by more than double-digit percentages, according to data released by WebRecon.

EXPERTS SHARE CONTEXT ON CASES IMPACTING ARM INDUSTRY

  • Understanding the context and consequences of court rulings can be difficult. Thankfully, there are experts out there that can do it for us. Rick Perr, Stefanie Jackman, Carlos Ortiz, and Patrick Newman break down the ins and outs of cases impacting the ARM industry in this week’s Compliance Digest, which is brought to you by Bedard Law Group.

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