A federal jury in New Mexico has awarded a plaintiff $1.26 million in a case that accused a collection law firm of twice attempting to garnish her wages for a debt she did not owe.
Debt buyer Portfolio Recovery Associates late Thursday reported financial results for the second quarter of 2011 marked by record-high net income, cash collections, and revenue.
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Debt buyer Asset Acceptance Capital Corp. late Thursday reported a sharp increase in net income for the second quarter of 2011 while also reporting gains in revenue and cash collections.
Asta Funding, Inc., a consumer receivable asset management and liquidation firm, will report its financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended June 30, 2011 before the market opens on Thursday, August 4, 2011.
Johnson Mark LLC, a civil litigation law firm specializing in debt collection and creditor rights, has reported reduced costs and increased efficiencies as a result of deploying the debt collection solution from Latitude Software, an Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. company.
CSI Financial Services, the healthcare industry’s leader in providing patient-friendly bank loans, announced that its portfolio of patient accounts grew by more than 38 percent during the first half of 2011, driven by both new healthcare providers utilizing the ClearBalance loan program and continued demand within CSI’s existing client base.
Debt Resolve, Inc. announced that Urban Cable LLC, a leading provider of receivables management services to the cable industry based in Gary, IN, has chosen the DR Prevent Solution as its web collections solution. Urban Cable will use both a consumer web solution and a face-to-face solution at the consumer’s door.
Authorities in Florida this week raided a collection agency and arrested three people officials say bilked consumers out of $50,000 in an illegal debt collection operation.
A Nevada collection agency’s hope for dismissal is dashed, as is their suit against a brother-sister legal team who are proving to be a thorn in the side of Nevada HOAs. The brief glimmer of hope? It’s unlikely the now-going-ahead case will be allowed to become a class-action suit. (Gene Hackman!)