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BCFP On Pace For Record-Low Number of Enforcement Actions

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is on pace to levy the fewest number of enforcement actions in its seven years of existence, according to a published report. The agency announced only three enforcement actions during the third quarter of 2017, compared with eight during the same period a year …

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USPS Requests 5-Cent Bump in Stamp Prices

The United States Postal Service has proposed the largest one-time increase in the price of a stamp in nearly three decades. The USPS wants to raise the price of a first-class mail stamp five cents, to $0.55. The five-cent increase would be the largest bump in the price of a …

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Obituary: Harvey Vengroff

Harvey Vengroff, the founder of Vengroff, Williams & Associates, passed away yesterday at the age of 77. Vengroff started the business in the early 1960s while still in law school, according to a published report. Some customers of a janitorial supply company — another business Vengroff started — had not …

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Making Digital Payments Is Easier Than Ever with New EBPP Features from Nordis Technologies

CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA, October 9, 2018—Nordis Technologies has rolled out an array of new capabilities for its ExpressoPay™ electronic bill presentment and payments (EBPP) system that gives more online payment and account management options to its biller clients in the healthcare, financial services and vacation ownership industries. These enhancements include: Additional payment …

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