Daily Digest – November 4. Another Class Action Filed Over MVN; Judge Grants Motion to Compel Depositions in FCRA, FDCPA Case

ANOTHER CLASS ACTION FILED OVER UNDATED MVN

  • A class-action lawsuit has been filed in North Carolina federal court, alleging that the defendant violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act when it used an undated Model Validation Notice to inform the plaintiff about an outstanding debt.
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JUDGE GRANTS MOTION TO COMPEL DEPOSITIONS IN FCRA, FDCPA CASE, BUT ISSUES WARNING TO PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY

  • A District Court judge in Indiana has granted a plaintiff’s motion to compel depositions in a Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case that features a few interesting twists and turns. The judge also issued a warning to the plaintiff’s attorney because the defendant claims that the plaintiff has repeatedly refused requests for a settlement demand in the case.
  • More details here.

RESPONDENTS USE FIFTH CIRCUIT RULING TO ATTEMPT TO QUASH CFPB SUBPOENA

  • A consulting company and its chief executive officer have filed a motion in federal court in New Jersey seeking to quash a subpoena and to prevent the CEO from being deposed today by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, using the recent ruling from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that the CFPB’s funding structure is unconstitutional.
  • More details here.

INDIVIDUALS WITH PAUSED STUDENT LOANS FALLING BEHIND ON OTHER CREDIT PRODUCTS: CFPB

  • Individuals with student loans that had their payments paused during the pandemic are now falling behind on other credit products, according to data released this week by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
  • More details here.

WORTH NOTING: An unfortunate byproduct over the end of Daylight Savings Time … The U.S. destinations that made National Geographic’s “Best of the World” travel list … One economist thinks that things are going to get a lot worse for consumers before they get better … The steps you need to take before selling or trading in an old iPhone … Things you can do when you find yourself not motivated to work … If you’re “quiet quitting” your job might be the first to go in a recession … The chicken sandwich fad is fading … If your last name was Bell, would you do what these prospective parents want to do?

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