Tag Archives: 1692e(11)

Complaint Accuses Collector of Collecting on Settled Debt

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Collector Accused of Violating Reg F in FDCPA Lawsuit

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It only took 10 days after going into effect, but it appears as though one of the first lawsuits referencing Regulation F has been filed against a company in the accounts receivable management industry. The complaint, which was filed on December 10, accuses the company of not adhering “to the …

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Appeals Court Upholds Win For Defendant in FDCPA Case

The Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit yesterday overturned a summary judgment ruling in favor of a collector in a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case, but only to remand the case back to the District Court with instructions to dismiss it instead, because the plaintiff lacked standing to …

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