The FTC is mailing nearly $1 million to people who lost money in a credit card interest rate reduction scam. more »
A new Government Accountability Office report found that the Internal Revenue Services uncollected tax debts rose 23% since 2009 to $380 billion while the agencys collection staff fell 23% during the same period after years of budget cuts. more »
One of the nation's largest non-profit colleges is facing an FTC investigation for allegedly deceptive marketing practices. more »
TransUnion Corp. reported its second-quarter revenue increased 16% in the company's first quarterly financial report since its initial public offering.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is looking into hiring a lawyer licensed in California to collect a $13.8 million judgment against loan company CashCall Mortgage.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday charged Paymap Inc. and LoanCare LLC with deceiving consumers.
A House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology hearing on the FCC's policy decisions prompted a discussion on the application of rules regarding robocalls.
A Mississippi woman filed a class-action complaint last week in Chicagos federal court against finance company First Tower Loan LLC for allegedly violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Professional race car driver Scott Tucker is working on settling a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit accusing him of involvement in a payday lending scheme.
Officials in Stockton, Calif. are apologizing to thousands of city residents who were incorrectly notified that they were delinquent on their sewer bills.
A week has passed since the collections and credit world was turned upside down by the Federal Communications Commission when it issued a Declaratory Ruling and Order regarding the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Now what?