A state court granted summary judgment for a collector on claims arising under the… This item is restricted. Please Log InLogin […]
The court found consumer could not recover damages for alleged violations of the FDCPA from a collector because a preponderance of evidence showed the violation was not intentional and resulted from a bona fide error notwithstanding the collector’s maintenance of procedures reasonably adapted to avoid any such error. 01/24/2022 2:30 P.M. 3 minute read Gartner […]
The debt collector filed a motion to amend its answer to include a bona fide error defense. The consumer opposed the motion. 11/30/2021 2:00 PM 3 minute read Myers, Bankr. trustee for the bankruptcy estate of Donna Jean Lunsford, v. Credit Bureau Services, Inc., No. 8:20CV141, 2021 WL 5566555 (D. Neb. Nov. 29, 2021) By […]
The court in an FDCPA action denied a consumer’s motion to set aside its entry of summary judgment, finding that the parties had not reached a binding settlement agreement. […]
A Nebraska district court found a law firm that sent only eight collection letters over a 10-year period was not a debt collector as defined by the FDCPA. […]
The Secretary of State’s office is using a staggered approach to transition to the new system and will reach out to licensees. Electronic surety bonds will also be available through NMLS. […]
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