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Daily Digest – Sept. 18. CFPB Reverses Stance, Now Agrees Leadership Structure is Unconstitutional; Agency Execs Share Tips to Hire Best Collectors

CFPB REVERSES STANCE, NOW AGREES LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday admitted that its leadership structure is unconstitutional, agreeing with a law firm suing the agency that the Supreme Court should hear arguments on the topic. AGENCY EXECUTIVES SHARE TIPS TO HELP HIRE THE BEST COLLECTORS …

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Daily Digest – Sept. 17. $11M Settlement in TCPA Case Against Lexington Law; More Industry Comments Filed In Response to Proposed Rule

$11M SETTLEMENT IN TCPA CASE AGAINST LEXINGTON LAW RECEIVES PRELIMINARY APPROVAL An $11 million settlement has been preliminarily approved by a District Court judge in Florida related to a Telephone Consumer Protection Act case that was brought against John C. Heath Attorney At Law, PLLC, more commonly known as Lexington …

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Daily Digest – Sept. 12. Getting to Know Chris Taylor of National Enterprise Systems; Lengthy Comments From Bank, Consumer Group Offer Suggestions to Amend Proposed Rule

GETTING TO KNOW CHRIS TAYLOR OF NATIONAL ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS It is always somewhat satisfying to see someone who feels so truly comfortable in his or her career that they would never think of wanting to do anything else, even if the sky was the limit. It’s like seeing an actor …

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Daily Digest – Sept. 11. Judge Grants MTD in FDCPA Case Over Misstated Amounts in BK Claim; Judge Signs Off on $267M Judgment Against Collector in TCPA Case

JUDGE GRANTS MTD IN FDCPA CASE OVER MISSTATED AMOUNTS IN BK PROOF OF CLAIM A District Court judge in Minnesota has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by allegedly misstating the amount of interest and fees when filing …

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Daily Digest – Sept. 6. Plaintiff Seeks $700k in Damages in TCPA Suit; Judge Denies MTD in FDCPA Suit Over Time-Barred Debt Disclosure

PLAINTIFF SEEKING $700k IN DAMAGES FOR RECEIVING 343 COLLECTION CALLS ON HIS CELL PHONE AFTER REVOKING CONSENT A Pennsylvania man has filed a lawsuit alleging he received 343 debt collection calls on his cell phone after he revoked his consent to be contacted, accusing the defendant of willfully violating the …

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