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Credit Complaint Investigation Was ‘Reasonable’ (access required)

A credit-card company’s failure to use the Consumer Data Industry Association’s 2009 Credit Reporting Resource Guide to investigate a credit reporting dispute after a debtor’s bankruptcy discharge did not violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act’s command to conduct a “reasonable” ...

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Law Firm Forces Arbitration of FDCPA Claim (access required)

A law firm attempting to collect credit-card debt can invoke the mandatory arbitration clause in debtors’ credit-card agreements, and a Richmond U.S. District Court orders arbitration of this class-action lawsuit against the law firm under the Fair Debt Collection Practices ...

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