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Daily Digest – March 17. Bedard Breaks Down Reg F’s Time-Barred Debt Collection Provisions; Appeals Court Affirms Judgment For Defendant in FDCPA Case

BEDARD: BREAKING DOWN REGULATION F’S PROVISIONS ON TIME-BARRED DEBT COLLECTION The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau made a small, but important change from the proposed debt collection rule to the final version of Regulation F with respect to the liability that debt collectors face when attempting to collect on time-barred debts. …

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Daily Digest – March 10. New Series Tackles Real-World Credit Reporting Scenarios; Appeals Court Overturns Dismissal of FDCPA Suit

NEW SERIES TACKLES REAL-WORLD CREDIT REPORTING SCENARIOS Of all the different parts that make up collecting debt and running a successful collection operation, perhaps the most risky and complicated component is credit reporting. Collection agencies that opt to furnish information to credit reporting agencies face significantly more risks than those …

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