The Iowa Court of Appeals has ruled that Capital One Bank (USA) didnt violate an Iowa debt collection law by pursuing debt without registering with the state as a debt collector. more »
A report from The Commonwealth Fund indicates consumers are reporting problems affording healthcare as a result of high premiums while the perception of the difficulty also influences care decisions. more »
It sounded like a sales pitch from the bubble years - "Subprime: The New Normal." But an account executive at the Atlanta mortgage lender Angel Oak Home Loans sought to draw a clear distinction between subprime products pitched today and the infamous stated-income loans of yore. more »
The amount of people with loans transferred to collection agencies or debt management has more than doubled in the fiscal year ending in September.
PRA Group announced Monday that Michelle Link, the companys chief human resources officer, has been named to Human Resource Executive magazines 2015 HR Honor Roll.
One week after the city of Peoria, Ill. issued an edict that $1.8 million in delinquent parking fines were being sent to a state-run collections program, city officials are reporting strong early returns.
While the CFPB's latest monthly complaint report highlights bank account and service complaints, debt collection ranked as the top category.
A landmark FCC ruling in July clarified a chaotic and confusing set of TCPA rules and assumptions concerning the legalities of autodialers, revoking consent to contact and what penalties would come from not obeying the rules.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has updated its regulatory agenda and now expects pre-rule activities for debt collection to last through February 2016.
Equifax Inc. is acquiring the largest provider of credit reporting in Australia and New Zealand for $2.5 billion.