LocateSmarter, a cloud-based data delivery platform, today announced its partnership with Neustar. Through this relationship, LocateSmarter is offering Neustar’s Multi-Point Identity Confidence solution as part of its Priority Phone Scoring feature, which returns a numerical score reflecting the strength of a consumer’s association with any given phone number.
CenterPoint Legal Solutions, the leader in non-performing judgment collections, skip tracing and legal servicing solutions announced today that Mark Hutchins has joined the company as Senior Vice-President, Operations.
LocateSmarter, LLC, a subsidiary of CBE Companies, has been awarded a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark for its cloud-based skip tracing application.
A combination of leaders in accounts receivable and technology have come together to launch a new online batch skip trace application. LocateSmarter™, a subsidiary of CBE Companies, announced the members of its management team today.
Companies and experts talk about the problem. Compliance has dominated recent collection conferences and marketing materials. But what are we really doing about the problem?
The Federal Trade Commission Tuesday released a report on consumer data brokers that recommends Congress consider enacting legislation to make data broker practices more visible to consumers and to give consumers greater control over their personal information. The study conducted by the FTC that led to the report included input from skip tracers.
CBE Companies today announced the formation of LocateSmarter, a cloud service company with a mission to revolutionize skip tracing and data compliance in the receivables industry.
RealValidation, the leading phone validation and data services company, today announced the appointment of Bill Gerhard as the company’s SVP of Business Development.
TECH LOCK, Inc. announces VeriFacts, Inc. a trusted partner and invaluable resource for creditors, student loan entities, buyers, agencies, and law firms has completed their TECH LOCK® Certified assessment to validate their Service Provider compliance with applicable federal and state laws by ARM Industry security professionals.
Two data brokers have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by providing reports about consumers to users such as prospective employers and landlords without taking reasonable steps to make sure that they were accurate, or without making sure their users had a permissible reason to have them.