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    2018 Collecting Past Due Accounts: CFPB, UDAAP, FCRA, FACTA, MLA, SCRA, & More

    $99.00
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    In this session, we will examine the CFPB's broad application of its UDAAP authority. Taken together with an exploration of the CFPB's various informal guidance documents addressing debt collection issues, we will determine what constitutes a potential UDAAP violation according to the Bureau. We will also review the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) debt collection recommendations for 1st party collectors, as well as compliance points related to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA), and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Finally, we will explore the recent verdicts and rulings that affect how you handle slow-paying accounts.

    When you register for this session, you will receive a complimentary 3-part Toolkit that includes (but is not limited to) the following items: 

    • (1) Strategies to improve your collections skills;
    • (2) Tips to ensure all accounts are handled in a consistent fashion;
    • (3) Important provisions to add to your institution's debt collections policies and procedures NOW!  

    Overview

    In a memo dated January 24th, 2018, the Acting Director of the CFPB Mick Mulvaney stressed that the agency would "prioritize" rulemaking and enforcement actions based on consumer complaints. Because nearly 1/3 of all consumer complaints reported to the Bureau are related to debt collection, one can expect the CFPB to announce new changes to the collections industry in the near future (read more in the "To Everyone From the Acting Director" section below). 

    Until these imminent rules are issued, creditors must rely on previous enforcement actions to determine how to remain in compliance with the CFPB. In this session, we will examine the CFPB's broad application of its UDAAP authority. Taken together with an exploration of the CFPB's various informal guidance documents addressing debt collection issues, we will determine what constitutes a potential UDAAP violation according to the Bureau

    We will also review the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) debt collection recommendations for 1st party collectors, as well as compliance points related to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA), and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Finally, we will explore the recent verdicts and rulings that affect how you handle slow-paying accounts. 

    Covered Topics

    This webinar will provide concrete steps your bank or credit union can take to identify and mitigate UDAAP risks.

    Additionally, we will highlight collections red flags and offer tips to help you identify loans before they become delinquent. This Webinar will provide you with best practices, examples of collection letters, steps to follow when reporting adverse consumer information, and collection scripts that work!.

    We will discuss the following issues:

    Overview of Credit & Collections

    o   Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) / Fair & Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)

    o   Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: 1st Party & 3rd party collecting guidelines

    o   Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: 1st party collecting, UDAAP, and customer complaints

    o   Military Lending Act

    =       Policy and Procedures

    =       Court Cases that affect you

    =       MLA

    =       7 tips your policy must have to help collect your money

    =       Reviewing the credit application for Red Flags and ID Fraud

    Mail

    =       Notices vs Letters: Design the perfect Collection Letter

    =       FACTA REG V Compliance

    =       Email dos and don’ts

    Calling the Consumer

    =       Motivate the customer to pay in full with one call

    =       Enhancing your negotiation skills and work outs

    =       Learn the real reason they are not paying you

    =       Find overlooked sources of money

    Collection Tools

    =       Using credit reports to uncover facts about consumer

    =       Select the right collection agency or attorney: Are they FDCPA & FACTA Compliant?

    =       Using the WEB as a great skip tracing tool

    =       Reporting the Banks past due customers through Metro2 & E-OSCAR & FCRA/FACTA Compliance

    Conclusion

    =       Putting this knowledge into action

    Who Should Attend? 

    This informative session is would best suit the following personnel:

    • Accounts Receivable
    • Credit and Collections staff
    • Finance Managers
    • Accounting and Financial Reporting Managers
    • Treasury Staff
    • CFOs
    • Cash Flow Managers
    • And, Anyone Interested in Increasing Cash Flow! 
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    When you register for this session, you will receive a complimentary 3-part Toolkit that includes (but is not limited to) the following items: 

    • (1) Strategies to improve your collections skills;
    • (2) Tips to ensure all accounts are handled in a consistent fashion;
    • (3) Important provisions to add to your institution's debt collections policies and procedures NOW!  

    Overview

    In a memo dated January 24th, 2018, the Acting Director of the CFPB Mick Mulvaney stressed that the agency would "prioritize" rulemaking and enforcement actions based on consumer complaints. Because nearly 1/3 of all consumer complaints reported to the Bureau are related to debt collection, one can expect the CFPB to announce new changes to the collections industry in the near future (read more in the "To Everyone From the Acting Director" section below). 

    Until these imminent rules are issued, creditors must rely on previous enforcement actions to determine how to remain in compliance with the CFPB. In this session, we will examine the CFPB's broad application of its UDAAP authority. Taken together with an exploration of the CFPB's various informal guidance documents addressing debt collection issues, we will determine what constitutes a potential UDAAP violation according to the Bureau

    We will also review the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) debt collection recommendations for 1st party collectors, as well as compliance points related to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA), and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Finally, we will explore the recent verdicts and rulings that affect how you handle slow-paying accounts. 

    Covered Topics

    This webinar will provide concrete steps your bank or credit union can take to identify and mitigate UDAAP risks.

    Additionally, we will highlight collections red flags and offer tips to help you identify loans before they become delinquent. This Webinar will provide you with best practices, examples of collection letters, steps to follow when reporting adverse consumer information, and collection scripts that work!.

    We will discuss the following issues:

    Overview of Credit & Collections

    o   Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) / Fair & Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)

    o   Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: 1st Party & 3rd party collecting guidelines

    o   Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: 1st party collecting, UDAAP, and customer complaints

    o   Military Lending Act

    =       Policy and Procedures

    =       Court Cases that affect you

    =       MLA

    =       7 tips your policy must have to help collect your money

    =       Reviewing the credit application for Red Flags and ID Fraud

    Mail

    =       Notices vs Letters: Design the perfect Collection Letter

    =       FACTA REG V Compliance

    =       Email dos and don’ts

    Calling the Consumer

    =       Motivate the customer to pay in full with one call

    =       Enhancing your negotiation skills and work outs

    =       Learn the real reason they are not paying you

    =       Find overlooked sources of money

    Collection Tools

    =       Using credit reports to uncover facts about consumer

    =       Select the right collection agency or attorney: Are they FDCPA & FACTA Compliant?

    =       Using the WEB as a great skip tracing tool

    =       Reporting the Banks past due customers through Metro2 & E-OSCAR & FCRA/FACTA Compliance

    Conclusion

    =       Putting this knowledge into action

    Who Should Attend? 

    This informative session is would best suit the following personnel:

    • Accounts Receivable
    • Credit and Collections staff
    • Finance Managers
    • Accounting and Financial Reporting Managers
    • Treasury Staff
    • CFOs
    • Cash Flow Managers
    • And, Anyone Interested in Increasing Cash Flow! 
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    $99.00
    When you register for this session, you will receive a Toolkit that includes (but is not limited to) the following items: (1) Strategies to improve your collections skills; (2) Tips to ensure all accounts are handled in a consistent fashion; (3) Important provisions to add to your institution's debt collections policies and procedures NOW! By broadly interpreting the types of collections practices that are considered Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts and Practices (UDAAP), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has redefined the types of practices your FI can employ to collect on debts.
    Presenters:

    Greg Souther

    Greg was Co-Owner and Manager of The Credit Bureaus of Southeast Georgia, the parent company for six Credit Reporting and Collection Agencies based in Brunswick, Georgia. Other Management, Marketing, and Human Resource experience includes Credifax, formerly the Credit Bureau of Jacksonville, the Credit Bureau of Valdosta, and the Credit Bureau of Athens.

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    Carly Souther

    Carly Souther is General Counsel and COO at iTod. She is a member of the Florida Bar and has a J.D. from The Florida State University College of Law. She provides in-depth legal research and analysis of banking rules, regulations, and case law for iTod's speakers and clients alike. Contact Carly at carly@itod.plus