Bankruptcy News Briefs 5/10


What’s making Headlines?

Nearly Half of Millennials Have Bad Credit: TransUnion

Debt Relief Scam Victims to Receive $1.87M

Online Lenders Queried by Regulators on Referral Fees, Bank Deals

Collection Agency Settles FTC’s Charges

Proposed Rule on Government Collection Calls Released

Consumers’ Perceived Credit Availability Falters, While Income and Spending Confidence Rebound

Pace of Total U.S. Consumer Borrowing Surges Since 2001

FCC Proposes to Protect Student Loan Borrowers and Other Consumers from a Tidal Wave of Robocalls and Texts from Collectors of Federal Debts

Report: HUD’s Sales of FHA-Defaulted Mortgage Loans Benefit the Big Mortgage Servicers and Hedge Funds While Homeowners Lose

Credit Protection Association Pays $72k, Adopts New Policies over FCRA Violations


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Bankruptcy News Briefs 6/17

New York DFS Releases New Clarifications on Debt Collection Requirements

FTC Debt Collection Dialogue Focuses on Enforcement, Rules in the Industry

Advocates Applaud HUD on New Reverse Mortgage Policy that Could Reduce Foreclosures on Surviving Spouses

First Circuit Opinion Heavy on Vocabulary, Light on Logic

U.S. Senators Propose Military Consumer Protection Act

Collection Agency Settles Five-Year-Old Lawsuit

Vital Signs for Mortgage Market; Credit Scores Rebound

New Debt Collection Guidance from New York

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