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CFPB Sues Companies Behind Lexington Law, CreditRepair.com

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has filed a lawsuit against Lexington Law and a number of companies operating under PGX Holdings, Inc. for violating the Telemarketing Sales Rules by engaging in “bait advertising” and “requesting or receiving payment upfront for certain telemarketed credit repair services,” according to a copy of …

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Companies Struggling to Comply With CCPA: Survey

Companies of all shapes and sizes are struggling to comply with the forthcoming enactment of the California Consumer Privacy Act, and nearly three quarters of respondents to a survey about the law rated their current preparedness at or below six on a scale of one to 10. Breaking out the …

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Washington Governor Signs Two Collection Bills Into Law

Jay Inslee, the governor of Washington, signed two pieces of collection-related legislation into law yesterday, one aimed at ending the practice of pocket service of collection-related lawsuits and the other aimed at how collection agencies handle medical debts. The two bills were part of a flurry of collection-related activity undertaken …

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