Third-Party Debt Buyer Increased Right-Party Contact Rates by 60% – Learn How
A well-established third-party debt buyer needed help. The company excelled at the core collections process, with strong predictive modeling identifying customers most likely to repay, but needed to be more efficient in contacting right parties – while mitigating risk to TCPA compliance.
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A recent trend has evolved in FDCPA litigation where courts have allowed bankrupt debtors to file FDCPA claims based on the alleged invalidity of a proof of claim filed by a third party collector and/or debt buyer. But a precedential Circuit Court ruling Tuesday appears to limit the timing of some of those suits.Read more of today's top story »
Today's News and Opinion
- The Impact of CFPB’s UDAAP Authority on Creditors and First Party Debt Collectors March 4, 2015
- Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation Issues RFP for Collection Services March 4, 2015
- PaymentVision Partners with Shaw Systems to Provide Integrated Payment Solutions March 4, 2015
- Executive Changes: Caine & Weiner Announces New CFO and C-Level Appointments March 4, 2015
- Executive Change: Convergent Hires James Hawkins as SVP, Patient Contact Center March 4, 2015
- CEANNATE Corp. Establishes Strategic Advisory Board; Former ED Secretary Margaret Spellings Named Chair March 3, 2015
- BillingTree Delivers Growth, Technology & Added Value during first Six Months under New CEO Edz Sturans March 3, 2015
- Alliance Collection Service, Inc. Celebrates 20 Years March 3, 2015
- Navient Acquires Government Collection Firm Gila/Municipal Services Bureau March 2, 2015
- ED’s Decision on Debt Collection Contract Terminations is Hasty and will have Dire Consequences March 2, 2015
Collection Industry Blogs
For years, strategic thinkers in the debt industry have known that student loans offers the most growth opportunity. But how safe is that assumption in light of the scrutiny everyone is giving education loans right now?
Congress is looking into how the government manages its student loan portfolios, the CFPB is taking a more active role in regulating the market — especially for consumer behind on their payments — and now, this: the possibility that accounts will be taken away from private ARM firms and given to in-house Treasury collectors.
So is this still the safe sector we all have assumed?
Doing it Right
- Financial Credit Network Helps to Make Spirits Bright at Christmas February 26, 2015
- ARM Vets Charity Gives Out More Than $80K to Military Veterans January 21, 2015