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Uniform Debt Management Services Act (UDMSA) Proposed Changes Impact Debt Settlement and Credit Counseling

The UDMSA, the framework some states use for regulating debt relief services, has had some revisions suggested. These changes come from the Uniform Law Commission. Some important parts I noticed: Caps fees for debt settlement; Does not allow the full fee to be taken at the time of an agreement with the creditor or first payment; No setup fee or ... Read More »

NYC Still Pushing for Debt Settlement Consumer Protection Act

On November 18, 2010 a meeting was held with the New York City Council and testimony was presented. As part of that testimony it was reveled that the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs is still pushing for the Debt Settlement Consumer Protection Act. We are also pushing for strong federal legislation, the Debt Settlement Consumer Protection Act of ... Read More »

Texas Testimony, National Trends in Regulation of Debt Settlement

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Yesterday there was a hearing in Texas regarding upcoming debt settlement regulation. Below you will find the testimony regarding the Uniform Debt Management Services Act that was given. I was told the committee had no patience for USOBA and John Ansbach, who was not even on the witness list. He attempted to make comments in the public forum time allotted ... Read More »

TASC and USOBA Members. You Are Only as Strong as Your Weakest Link.

Just back from a lovely ride on the motorcycle and all along the two hour ride I was thinking about a frequent complaint I hear from members of The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) and United States Organization for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA), “We are a member but we are a really good company and not like the groups you write ... Read More »

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