May 17, 2011 Kyle Duncan
Beginning July 21, a new agency will join the Federal Trade Commission to investigate complaints and violations of debt collection agencies, according to The Atlanta Journal Constitution.The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a new federal
May 16, 2011 Kyle Duncan
A former software-company-turned collections agency plans to take on 120 new employees by 2012 due to revenue growth that has far exceeded expectations.CKS Financial, a collections firm based in Chesapeake, Virginia, expects to hire 41 workers
May 15, 2011 Kyle Duncan
A Lonsdale, Minnesota-based debt collector recently had his license revoked by the Minnesota Department of Commerce after being found to have violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act as well as state law, according to the Northfield
May 14, 2011 Kyle Duncan
A Metairie, Louisiana, businessman was recently held in contempt of court by the state attorney general's office after violating a court order that prevented him, his son and another employee at the debt collection agencies where they worked
May 13, 2011 Kyle Duncan
The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs recently reported that debt collection was the top consumer complaint in the state last year, accounting for 13 percent of the grievances logged by the agency, according to The State newspaper.
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