Bankruptcy News Briefs 6/9

NY AG Wants More Teller Safeguards

College Test Prep Firm, Collection Agency Named in NY Lawsuit

Consumers Paid Off $35B In Card Debt In Q1

FTC Closes Bogus Mortgage Relief Case from 2012

Company Fined $20M for Alleged Loan Scheme

Firm, Owner Sued Over Medical Debt Collections

Senators Urge CFPB to Issue Strong Rules Against Payday Lending

Credit Card Purchases Continue Surge in Consumer Borrowing

Obama Administration Opens Door for More Student-Debt Forgiveness

Student loan debt exceeds $31,000 per student in Pennsylvania

Sen. Dave Hansen: We must provide relief for crushing student debt

Chase Gets Off the Hook, ABI Gets $7.5m, Debtors Get $20

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