Understanding & Complying With Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Webinar
- Accounting / Collections Webinar
job is hard enough without navigating the legal minefield of the FDCPA!
No one else deals with the job challenges that you do. In any given contact with
a debtor, you don’t know if you’re going to hear anger, tears, excuses,
avoidance, threats, or more. And you have a razor-thin legal tightrope to walk.
What’s more, your customers know what you can and can’t do to collect a debt,
and they’re taking violators straight to court.
In just 60 minutes, you’ll get a complete update on the FDCPA.
Our legal experts have examined the FDCPA and its latest changes and have boiled
down this confusing, complex law into one easy-to-understand hour. It’s designed
specifically to give you the latest changes to the FDCPA … reduce your risk of
costly lawsuits … and let you collect more money — faster!
This isn’t just information that’s NICE to have — this is information that
you MUST have!
With bankruptcy rates soaring and consumer and business debt skyrocketing, your
job gets harder every day. When you add in the legal pitfalls you face, it’s not
easy getting the money you’re owed. In fact, debt collectors are increasingly
finding themselves on the other end of complaints to the FTC and in court from
Don’t let this happen to you! Protect yourself and your company and join us for
this one-hour webinar. You won’t regret it.
Glimpse at What You'll Learn
Defining the current FDCPA … its purpose … and its impact on your job
changes and amendments to the FDCPA
rights and responsibilities as a debt collector vs. the rights of the consumer
FDCPA currently defines the differences between consumer debt and commercial
you can and can’t do when obtaining information to locate debtors
look at notifications required under the FDCPA: Section 1692g 30-Day Warnings,
Debt Verification, and Section 1692 e(11) Warnings
review of conduct violations under the FDCPA
collect multiple debts
the courts are ruling these days for consequences of violating the FDCPA
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
Upon enrolling in the webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your
questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
Your confirmation will be delivered via e-mail, so an e-mail address is required
Within 2-3 business days after registering for a National Seminars Training
webinar, you’ll receive an email with specific instructions, a Web link, and a
unique enrollment ID that you’ll use to connect to the webinar.