Buying Old Debts

Jul 30, 2010 Kyle Duncan

In recent years, some aggressive debt buyers and investors that buy multimillion-dollar debt portfolios that have been charged off by credit-card companies and other lenders for cents on the dollar with a plan to collect enough debts to turn

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Identifying Resume Fraud with Adequate Background Checks

Jul 28, 2010 Brian Bradley

Background checks are a must in today's business climate.   It is your company's responsibility to know the employee as thoroughly as possible.  If not, you open yourself to a number of potential consequences, some of them very

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Tips for a Successful Authentication Program

Jul 23, 2010 Brian Bradley

Developing a reliable and effective authentication program will help an organization reduce instances of identity theft and prevent unauthorized access to personal data.  It can also help to reduce costs, improve customer service and employee

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President Obama signs Dodd-Frank Act

Jul 21, 2010 Matt Vitko

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act has been signed by President Obama and represents a major overhaul of U.S. financial regulations aimed at preventing future crises as well as imposing new restrictions on certain

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The Underbanked Market

Jul 19, 2010 Matt Vitko

A couple of weeks ago I reviewed definitions of the terms "underserved", "underbanked" and the "unbanked".   Today I'd like to look at the "underbanked" consumer more closely.  The Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI)

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