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New Credit Reporting Bill Passed by House, Seeks to Make Credit Reporting More Consumer-Friendly

30 June 2020

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7th Cir. Says Plaintiff Failed to Meet Burden of Proof in "May Be Reported" Collection Letter Language Case

10 June 2020

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Debt Collection Complaints Down? CFPB Releases COVID Edition of Complaint Bulletin

27 May 2020

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The Purpose-Driven Pull: The Northern District of Illinois Reaffirms Debt Collection As A Permissible Purpose Under The FCRA

19 May 2020

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Big FCRA Changes Ahead? HEROES Act Would Ban Reporting of Adverse Information During National Emergencies—But Is This Workable?

18 May 2020

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House Version of New Stimulus Package Proposes Debt Collectors Go Into Debt So Consumers Don't Have To

14 May 2020

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D. Ariz. Grants Rare Award of Costs to Debt Collector Under FDCPA Provision

7 May 2020

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7 Best Practices for Credit Reporting and Disputes During COVID-19

6 May 2020

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Senators Warren and Schatz Question Credit Bureaus About Their Compliance with CARES Act Requirements

30 April 2020

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Moral of the Story: Web Payment Portals Need Time-Barred Debt Disclosures if Applicable

28 April 2020

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Cordray Weighs In: Recommends Vigorous Oversight of Debt Collectors During and After COVID-19

6 April 2020

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CFPB Provides Policy Statement: Credit Reporting During COVID-19

2 April 2020

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Judge Cancels $2.5M Jury Verdict Against Lexington Law, Instead Grants Judgment for the CRO

10 February 2020

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House of Representatives Passes New Credit Reporting Legislation

30 January 2020

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Credit Reporting Issues Highlighted in the FTC's and CFPB's Workshop

12 December 2019

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District of Maryland Sanctions Plaintiff and Her Counsel for Abuse of FDCPA and FCRA

9 December 2019

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Debt Collector Accuses Lexington Law of Destroying Evidence in Lawsuit on Credit Dispute Letters

26 November 2019

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Mass. AG Enters $4M Settlement with PRA for Allegedly Violating Consumer Protection Laws

11 November 2019

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CFPB's Semi-Annual Report Contains Some, But Not Much, Information About Debt Collection

10 October 2019

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Lively Debt Collection Debate Likely in House Fin. Servs. Committee Hearing Tomorrow

25 September 2019