The National Finance Adjusters (NFA) has a new management team helping NFA members excel in the new economy. Robert Spangler of Denver, Colorado was named Executive Director and member of the Board of Directors. He brings with him NFA’s new Membership Services Director, Vicki Schrock, also in Denver. Both are excited to be working with Helen Mullaney (Momma Helen) of the Baltimore office as she continues her outstanding service to NFA.
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RALEIGH, N.C. – Allied Finance Adjusters is set to hold a national compliance seminar to educate its members and guests about regulations mandated by federal government and lending institutions.
Galveston, TX, August 27, 2012 – A Texas Man alleges he had been assaulted with a metal bar, had the door shut on his fingers and leg run over by a South Texas repo company who had previously been sued in 2009.
Glendora, CA – August 26, 2012 – A Repo Man and his wife are doing fine after an angry 34-year-old Aaliyah Pierre, allegedly hit the repossessor several times with the car they were attempting to repossess.
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Louisville, KY – August 21, 2012 – Louisville Police responded to gunfire at an auto dealer from an incident that stemmed from the “Buy Here Pay Here” dealer demanding final payment for a vehicle that the borrower was demanding repairs on.
Washington DC – August 20, 2012 – In a showing of support to borrowers and attorneys who would wish to file lawsuits against creditors or collectors without having to bear the cost of defenses in the event of their cases being dismissed, the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) have filed an amicus brief (friend of the court) in an attempt to overturn a 10th Circuit Supreme Court Decision.
The Illinois Commerce Commission on August 17, 2012 notified RSIG the Certified Recovery Agent education course for Illinois was approved. The course has both Manager and Employee programs that has meet all requirements of the Illinois Commerce Commission for the required education needed to work in the repossession business in Illinois. In addition this course also meets the requirements for education under the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau requirements for third party vendors.