Chief Compliance Officer
Receivable Solutions, LLC
Michael O'Meara Esq.
The O'Meara Law Office, PS.
Why Should I Attend?
This course is required for the Professional Collection Specialist (PCS) designation. It may be used as renewal credit for some designations.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is the primary federal law governing the collection industry. As a professional debt collector, it is essential to know the consumer’s rights and your responsibilities under the FDCPA.
- Identify restrictions on the timing of collection calls.
- Determine a Right Party Contact (“RPC”) with whom you may discuss a debt and refrain from third party disclosures.
- Recognize and deliver the “Mini-Miranda” disclosure to consumers and understand your duties during the 30-day Validation Period.
- Recognize and respond appropriately to consumer disputes, cease communication requests, and consumers in bankruptcy.
- Recognize and prevent prohibited practices such as harassment, abuse, false and misleading representations, and unfair or unconscionable means to collect a debt.
- Explain the consequences of violating the FDCPA for yourself and your company.
Handouts and Login Information
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