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The issue of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s alleged favoritism in rewarding a debt collection contract boiled over on the weekend as his office released official collection totals for last year and a prominent newspaper published a blistering editorial on the matter.Read more of today's top story »
Today's News and Opinion
- Executive Change: Michael Chamberlain Joins Allied Collection Services as EVP July 28, 2014
- Columbia Ultimate Upgrades Its Analytics Solution, UltimateAnalytics 2.0 July 28, 2014
- A Lot Going on at JJL Process July 28, 2014
- Washington Lawsuit Scrutinizes Use of Prosecutor’s Seal on Debt Collection Letters July 25, 2014
- Louisiana Developing Office of Debt Recovery Through Private-Public Partnership July 25, 2014
- Executive Change: CFPB Enforcement Attorney Appointed Affirm Chief Compliance Officer July 25, 2014
- ACA International Announces 2014-2015 Board of Directors and Officers July 24, 2014
- Debt Collectors Seemingly Split on the Question of Calling Cell Phones July 24, 2014
- Should the CFPB issue guidance about what it considers appropriate attorney oversight when filing debt collection lawsuits? July 24, 2014
- UPDATE: NY Debt Collector’s Operations Shuttered After Joint FTC, NY AG Complaint July 24, 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?