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Completing a self assessment on compliance and data security.
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In what is being touted as the largest TCPA settlement ever, Capital One and three collection agencies have agreed to pay $75.5 million into a settlement fund to end litigation in a combined class action. The agreement admits no wrongdoing on the part of the companies for allegedly using autodialers and/or pre-recorded messages in calls to cell phones without the consumers’ express consent.Read more of today's top story »
Today's News and Opinion
- Executive Change: Coast Professional Announces David Den Houten as Chief Compliance Officer July 31, 2014
- Executive Change: Account Control Technology Welcomes Valerie LaBarba as Director of Project Management July 31, 2014
- CFPB Extending Comment Period for Consumer Narratives in Complaints July 30, 2014
- U.S. Economy Rebounds in Q2; GDP Grows by 4 percent July 30, 2014
- Managing ACA-Insured Patients July 30, 2014
- MyGovWatch.com Makes Federal Debt Collection Report Available July 30, 2014
- Executive Change: Mark Savoie to Stoneleigh Recovery Associates as VP July 29, 2014
- 2014 Data Shows Overall Rise in Debt Collection Lawsuits July 29, 2014
- Debt Collection Becoming an Actual Issue in Hot State AG Election July 28, 2014
Collection Industry Blogs
On July 14, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against Frederick J. Hanna & Associates, a debt collection law firm that it redefined as a “lawsuit mill.” The CFPB alleges that the firm churned out hundreds of thousands of debt collection lawsuits with little or no oversight from attorneys, and violated the FDCPA in the process. In short: Lawyers aren’t happy. What kind of precedent do you think this sets?