Daily Digest – August 18. Getting to Know Roxie Olivero-Winfield; Judge Rules Against Industry in Arizona Garnishment Case

GETTING TO KNOW ROXIE OLIVERO-WINFIELD OF MIDSTATE COLLECTION SOLUTIONS

  • Continuous productivity sounds like a setting for a robot, but it’s how Roxie Olivero-Winfield describes her typical work day. While that is a lofty goal that everyone should aspire to, it takes a special kind of person to be able to pull it off. Someone, for example, like Roxie, whose infectious positivity and enthusiasm is evident. Read on to learn more about Roxie, why her guilty pleasure isn’t such a secret anymore, and her sage advice to make sure you are living your happiest life. This series is sponsored by Applied Innovation.

JUDGE RULES AGAINST INDUSTRY IN SUIT OVER ARIZONA GARNISHMENT INITIATIVE

  • A state court judge in Arizona yesterday rejected an industry-led challenge to a voter initiative that is scheduled to be on the ballot this November that would raise the limits on what can be shielded from wage garnishments while also lowering the judgment interest rate, leading the group to quickly file an appeal with the state Supreme Court.

‘OBLIGATION’ TRIPS UP DEFENDANT IN FDCPA CASE OVER TIME-BARRED DEBT

  • One word. Sometimes, that’s all it takes in a collection letter. One word can make the difference between a letter that is permissible under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and one that isn’t. A District Court judge in New Jersey has denied a defendant’s motion for judgment on the pleadings, ruling that the word “obligation” in a letter suggested that a time-barred debt was legally enforceable.

SERVICER TO PAY $3.2M TO SETTLE ACTION WITH MASS. AG OVER FORECLOSURE FAILINGS, EXCESSIVE COLLECTION CALLS

  • A mortgage servicer will pay $3.2 million in fines and restitution to settle an enforcement action with the Attorney General of Massachusetts, which accused the company of engaging in unfair and deceptive conduct by “harassing” individuals with excessive debt collection calls, among other claims.

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