Limits on short term lending and auto title loans may be removed in Wisconsin

May 15, 2011 Todd Milner

Limits on short term lending and auto title loans may be removed in Wisconsin

Auto title loans may again become legal in Wisconsin under a proposal to roll back existing restrictions after the Joint Finance Committee voted 11-5 to add the proposal to the state budget, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Other


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Minnesota lawmakers pass ID verification bill

May 14, 2011 Brian Bradley

Identity verification is an important issue facing both businesses and governmental bodies. When a person has his or her identity stolen by a criminal element it can often cost both the targets and businesses valuable dollars in the end. In


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Conference will focus on credit risk management

May 14, 2011 Brian Bradley

An upcoming event in California will soon bring together industry insiders from the credit risk management field to discuss better ways to serve the consumer.The ninth annual Consumer Risk Management Conference will take place at the Omni San


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Law-breaking Louisiana debt collector charged with contempt of court

May 14, 2011 Kyle Duncan

Law-breaking Louisiana debt collector charged with contempt of court

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


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Background check could have prevented Olympic hiring mishap

May 14, 2011 Matt Roesly

Peter Vidmar, a three-time Olympic medalist who was recently appointed chief de mission by the United States Olympic Committee for the 2012 U.S. Olympic team has stepped down, according to The Boston Globe.Vidmar left his post following a rash


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