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Process servers are calling on the Assembly to pass a bill that would create stiffer penalties for those who assault the deliverer. The bill (S.2599/A.6077) passed the Senate on June 11 with 58 ayes and three abstentions. It was sent to the Codes Committee in the Assembly. Sen.... Read More →
The Florida owner of a major debt-buying company that’s been sued by the state of Minnesota was arrested and charged with bribing a U.S. Bank official to get inside information on the sale of debt portfolios. Leonard G. Potillo III, who runs Florida-based United Credit Recovery... Read More →
COLLECTION House chief executive Matt Thomas is the driving force behind a fledgling “one-stop shop” scheme to forgive the debts of disadvantaged people with little — or no — hope of paying back their dues. Intuitively, the National Hardship Register sounds contrary to a listed... Read More →
Providence police say the city’s deputy tax collector altered records in the city’s computer system to hide his own tax debt. Marc Castaldi was charged Friday with using a computer for fraudulent purposes. Police at that time did not provide details of the charges.... Read More →
Detroit city bankruptcy managers have begun to review the monetary value of the 66,000 pieces of art currently held in the Detroit Institute of Arts. The bankrupt city initially estimated that only 1,700 or so of the museum’s pieces would be auctioned off to help pay o... Read More →
The Inspector-General of Taxation (IGT) has announced terms of reference for reviews into the Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) approach to debt collection and support for tax practitioners. Inspector-General of Taxation, Ali Noroozi said despite the ATO’s debt assistance... Read More →
A Highland Township woman faces assault charges after a process server said she pushed him so hard, he fell off the woman’s front porch. Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies substation called at 10:03 p.m. May 12 to the 2000 block of Pine Bluffs Court in Highland spoke with a... Read More →
HEAVY handed debt collectors are being used by the Australian Taxation Office in an effort to reclaim $17.7 billion in unpaid taxes, according to customer complaints. The nation’s unpaid tax bill has ballooned by 60 per cent from $10.8 billion in the past seven years and now... Read More →
Victorians are complaining in record numbers about aggressive tactics used by energy companies to recover money from unpaid bills, as retailers increasingly outsource debt collection operations. Customers have reported being chased by debt collectors for overdue bills they were... Read More →