Utah Congresswoman Introduces Bill (Again) To Amend FDCPA

Rep. Mia Love [R-Utah], the first black Republican female member of Congress, has introduced another bill aimed at amending the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The bill, H.R. 864, titled “Stop Debt Collection Abuse Act of 2017,” is exactly the same piece of proposed legislation that she introduced last summer. …

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Cordray Vows To Stay at CFPB

Richard Cordray, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, who’s job has become the ball in a game of political ping pong, said yesterday that he has no intention of stepping down from his job. While the president has not made any decisions or even committed to a timeline for …

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FTC Charges Joel Tucker For Selling Fake Loan Portfolios

The Federal Trade Commission has filed charges against an infamous name in the collections world for allegedly selling portfolios of fake payday loan debts. Joel Tucker, and his brother, racecar driver Scott Tucker, have been running afoul of the FTC for nearly five years. This time, Joel Tucker, and companies …

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