Conn. Regulator Orders Agency to Refund Consumers

The Connecticut Department of Banking has ordered a collection agency to refund all charges, fees, and amounts received from consumers in the state for the past five years while also announcing a hearing has been scheduled to revoke and refuse to renew a license for the company to collect in …

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Compliance Digest – November 29

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Complaints Drop, But Lawsuits Rise in October: WebRecon

Consumers continued to appear to have opposing reactions to their interactions with companies in the accounts receivable management industry in October, with fewer consumers complaining to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but more consumers filing lawsuits, according to data released yesterday by WebRecon. WebRecon did note that the number of …

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Bedard Breaks Down Reg F’s Section on Disputes

If there is one certainty about what is going to happen once Regulation F goes into effect on November 30, it’s that individuals who receive notices from debt collectors are going to dispute more debts. By providing the option for consumers to dispute the validity of a debt on the …

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