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Daily Digest – November 21. Collector Facing Class Action for Dispute Deadline Discrepancy in Validation Notice; Appeals Court Partially Overturns Dismissal of FDCPA Suit

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Collector Facing Class Action for Dispute Deadline Discrepancy in Validation Notice Appeals Court Partially Overturns Dismissal of FDCPA Suit FCRA, CFPA Violations Lead CFPB to Assess $60M in Fines, Penalties on Toyota Motor Credit FCC, FTC Tackling AI’s Growing Involvement in Phone Calls WORTH NOTING: Close friendships are vital to your health, but there are […]

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Extra Energy supply Director hit with 6 year ban

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A former Director of Extra Energy Supply has been banned from running a business for six years. Mordechay Ben-Moshe, 48, was a Director of Birmingham-based Extra Energy Supply, which supplied around 130,000 household and business customers at the point it went into administration in December 2018. Extra Energy Supply was under investigation already At the time of its collapse, Extra Energy Supply was under investigation by energy regulator Ofgem for alleged breaches of its regulations.

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Collector Facing Class Action for Dispute Deadline Discrepancy in Validation Notice

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7 Areas Your Business Could Cut Costs to Save Money in 2024

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With the global pandemic in our rearview mirror and an upcoming election here in the United States, 2024 should be an opportunity to post record numbers for businesses of all shapes and sizes across the country. However, things aren’t as positive as we might like to see closing out 2023. Regardless of the shape your business is in right now, or whatever may lie ahead in the coming year, there is nothing wrong with being cautiously optimistic and attempting to cut costs while hoping for monster r

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Guide to Business Writing

Everything you need to know about better business writing in one place. This is a complete guide to business writing — from a clear business writing definition to tips on how to hone your business writing skills.

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Appeals Court Partially Overturns Dismissal of FDCPA Suit

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The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit yesterday overturned part of a dismissal of a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act suit, ruling that the defendant did not follow the proper sequence under Nevada law when renewing an unpaid judgment. What Happened: The defendant obtained a default judgment against the plaintiff in 1997.

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FCC, FTC Tackling AI’s Growing Involvement in Phone Calls

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Both the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission are making efforts to tackle the impact that artificial intelligence can have on communications between consumers and companies, both over the phone and via text messaging.

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Troutman Pepper Weekly Consumer Financial Services Newsletter

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To keep you informed of recent activities, below are several of the most significant federal and state events that have influenced the Consumer Financial Services industry over the past week: Federal Activities State Activities Federal Activities: On November 20, the Federal Reserve’s Vice Chair for Supervision Michael Barr issued remarks at the Clearing House Conference as part of a question-and-answer session that covered payments priorities, digital assets, regulatory approaches, and monetary

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FCRA, CFPA Violations Lead CFPB to Assess $60M in Fines, Penalties on Toyota Motor Credit

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday issued an enforcement action against Toyota Motor Credit Corp.

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