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Paul Lowry Joins RevSpring as Business Development Director

LIVONIA, Mich. (April 16, 2019) – RevSpring is pleased to announce the addition of Paul Lowry as Director of Business Development, focused on the southeast region. Lowry brings extensive consumer communication and technology sales expertise as well as a track record for creating comprehensive, results-oriented solutions.“Paul brings a wealth of technology sales experience …

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Guru DNA Named First Latitude by Genesys Authorized Partner

April 16, 2019 (Shawnee, KS) – Guru DNA is excited to announce it is the first  Latitude by Genesys authorized partner. Guru DNA will extend its personalized support services, providing customization of the Latitude platform to more customers in the receivables management industry.  In addition, Guru DNA will be an …

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RMAI Expands National Certification Program To Include Vendors

April 15, 2019 (Sacramento, CA) – The RMAI Certification Council announces the adoption of version 7.0 of the Receivables Management Certification Program (RMCP) after a nine-month development and review process. The most significant enhancement to the RMCP in version 7.0 is the addition of vendor certification. “With the launch of …

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Report Recommends Reforms to Bankruptcy Filing Process

Many people are too poor to file for bankruptcy and they should be allowed to pay attorneys and filing fees over time instead of paying in full up front, according to a report released by the American Bankruptcy Institute. The ABI’s Consumer Commission last week released its report that analyzed …

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Why Today is The Worst Day to Make Automated Calls

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Today is the worst day of the year to try and call someone using a phone number that the call recipient does not recognize, according to a published report. That’s because today is the Tax Day and robocallers will be out en masse trying to trick individuals into falling for …

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Capital Management Looking to Hire 100 New Employees

Capital Management Services is looking to hire 100 additional employees for its New York locations, according to a published report. The company operates five locations — four in Western New York and one in Pennsylvania. Between the five offices, the company currently has about 1,000 employees, and the company is …

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Consumer Advocate Blasts Collectors For Making ‘Enormous’ Number of Robocalls

Companies collecting debts “make an enormous number” of robocalls and many of those callers are “repeatedly and flagrantly” violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, “paying off consumers” when they are sued and “then continuing their patterns of calling,” claimed Margot Saunders, the senior counsel of the National Consumer Law Center, …

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Senate Subcommittee Holding Hearing on Robocalls Today

The Senate Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation is scheduled to hold a hearing today on the topic of robocalls. The hearing, Illegal Robocalls: Calling All To Stop The Scourge, will including a panel of witnesses — the attorney general of Nebraska, a consumer advocate from the National Consumer …

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Average Tax Refund Inching Higher: IRS Commissioner

After a slow start, the average income tax refund has rebounded and is now pretty close to the average refund from last year, the commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service told Congress yesterday. Through March 22, the average income tax refund this year was $2,833, compared with $2,864 a year …

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