Daily Digest – May 6. Grand Jury Charges Collector in Fraud Case; Panel Talks About Importance of Engagement

GRAND JURY CHARGES BANNED COLLECTOR IN FRAUD CASE

  • A woman who has been no stranger to the law enforcement side of the debt collection business — in fact she was previously barred from participating in the industry back in 2018 — has been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, 16 counts of wire fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the United States as part of operating a series of debt collection and payment processing companies that threatened consumers with arrests, collected on debts that were already paid, and collected more than was actually owed.

TALK-OFF PANEL TALKS ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF ENGAGEMENT

  • The theme of yesterday’s Talk-Off, featuring Leslie Bender from Clark Hill, Aaron Reiter from InterProse, and Jennifer Whipple from Collection Bureau Services, was engagement. While discussing several different aspects of trends and ideas within the accounts receivable management industry, the panel kept circling back to the importance of engaging with consumers and engaging with co-workers, while also sharing some great ideas to help facilitate those interactions.

N.Y. ENACTS LAW BANNING COLLEGES FROM WITHHOLDING TRANSCRIPTS UNTIL DEBTS ARE PAID

PRA GROUP ANNOUNCES RAKESH SEHGAL AS HEAD OF CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT

WORTH NOTING: A Mother’s Day brain teaser to start your weekend … The number of robocalls is spiking in recent months … People who believe in ghosts might not be able to help themselves … The salary expectations of college graduates is a lot different than the reality … Airbnb saw a huge spike in interest from people who want to work there after announcing that employees can live and work from anywhere … Why the designs of current offices are outdated … There might be some toxic chemicals in your child’s car seat … There are obsessions, and then there are obsessions.

How to buy tires for your car

Funny Friday

The Daily Digest is sponsored by TCN. Today, contact centers need to do more with less. TCN’s cloud-based predictive dialing tools and services help clients to leverage the most sophisticated inbound, outbound, and blended calling technologies available. TCN’s award-winning platform offers multiple features to assist in compliance while improving performance with no hardware, no monthly minimums, or maintenance fees. Call 866-745-1900 or visit tcn.com today.

Check Also

Daily Digest – November 28. Airline Abandons Call-Based Customer Service; N.Y. Gov Signs Medical Debt Anti-Garnishment Bill

AIRLINE ABANDONS CALL-BASED CUSTOMER SERVICE IN FAVOR OF ONLINE CHATS, TEXTS Change often comes in …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

X