Daily Digest – September 29. Getting to Know Nickole Fratz of FBCS; Groups Sue CFPB

GETTING TO KNOW NICKOLE FRATZ OF FBCS

  • Is there a parallel that can be drawn between someone who trains collectors, but said that if she weren’t in this industry, she would be teaching second graders? All kidding aside, the accolades are piling up for Nickole Fratz, the latest in a line of family members who have worked in the collection and recovery industry. Read on to learn more about Nickole, the touching words she has for her first boss, to whom she credits her success in collections, and how she thrives by having more to do. This content is sponsored by Applied Innovation.

GROUPS SUE CFPB OVER ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

  • A group of financial services organizations, along with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, yesterday sued the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, alleging the regulator overstepped its statutory authority when it warned companies about engaging in activities that could be found to be discriminatory and claiming that it is acting outside of the powers that it was given by Congress.

JUDGE GRANTS MOTION TO REMAIN HUNSTEIN CLASS ACTIONS BACK TO STATE COURT

REGIONS BANK FINED FOR SURPRISE OVERDRAFT FEES

PROVEST INTRODUCES A COMPLIANCE SOLUTION

  • ProVest, an industry leader in serving legal process, announced a new compliance solution for its clients. Clients can now follow each audit step taken on every job in the ProVest QA PDF document.

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