CORE: FCRA Fundamentals- Duties of Furnishers (CCCO designation)

5/24/2021
(9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Central)

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Speakers

Debra Ciskey

Executive Vice President
CACi
Saint Louis, MO

Presenter Details

Why Should I Attend?
FCRA continues to be a hot topic and it's not letting up. If you crave some fundamentals, join us for our Core class and learn how to apply FCRA, Regulation V, and CRA accuracy and integrity standards when reporting consumer information; differentiate between Direct and CRA dispute investigation requirements; and other goals for working with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Pursuing the CCCO? This is a required course. Can't attend live? Try ACA Core Curriculum On Demand.

ACA Credit and Collection Compliance Officer Badge

This course is required for the Credit and Collection Compliance Officer (CCCO) designation. It may be used as renewal credit for other designations.

This course will prepare participants to:

  • Describe how the FCRA and Regulation V work together to prescribe regulatory requirements;
  • Apply FCRA, Regulation V, and CRA accuracy and integrity standards when reporting consumer information;
  • Differentiate between Direct and CRA dispute investigation requirements;
  • Recognize alerts and respond to claims of identity theft and fraud;
  • Certify a permissible purpose when obtaining and using consumer reports; and
  • Incorporate effective policies and procedures into a Compliance Management System (CMS).
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Cancellation Policy

ACA reserves the right to cancel or modify the program or substitute speakers. If ACA should cancel the program, registrants will receive a full refund.

Cancellations received less than 3 business days prior to the seminar will be charged $35 cancellation fee. E-mail your cancellations to memberservices@acainternational.org. If you do not cancel prior to the session and do not attend, you are still responsible for full payment.

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