Daily Digest – May 3. Appeals Court Allows CFPB Enforcement Action to Continue; Complaint Accuses Collector of Wrong Validation Date

APPEALS COURT ALLOWS CFPB ENFORCEMENT ACTION TO CONTINUE, BUT RAISES CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW AGENCY IS FUNDED

  • The Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit yesterday issued an en banc ruling, allowing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to continue an enforcement action against a payday lender that had been challenging the regulator’s constitutionality, while two separate opinions from judges on the panel say that the case against the lender should be dismissed.

CFPB SUPERVISORY HIGHLIGHTS REPORT SPOTLIGHTS ISSUES FOUND IN DEBT COLLECTION EXAMS

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued its latest Supervisory Highlights report yesterday, which offers violations uncovered by the regulator during supervisory exams that were conducted during the second half of 2021. The report spotlighted problem areas, including wrongful auto repossessions and failures to conduct reasonable investigations when consumers dispute debts, but also included violations related to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

CLASS-ACTION COMPLAINT ACCUSES COLLECTOR OF LISTING WRONG VALIDATION DATE IN NOTICE

BILL INTRODUCED IN SENATE TO END STUDENT LOAN PAYMENT MORATORIUM, PROHIBIT DEBT CANCELLATION

TJ44 AND PROVANA ESTABLISH COMPLIANCE ADVISORY

  • Provana, provider of the industry’s first unified platform for compliance and performance management, today announced a strategic partnership with TJ44 Consulting LLC, a compliance consultancy founded by Tara Trantham, who was previously Chief Legal Officer and Chief Compliance Officer at Southern Management Corporation, in addition to General Counsel and Senior Vice President at World Acceptance Corporation (WRLD).

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