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Buffalo is famous as the home of the Bills, but it’s also home to many bill collectors. The FTC is sponsoring a series of Debt Collection Dialogues across the country and the first stop will be Buffalo on June 15, 2015, in conjunction with the New York Attorney General’s Office. If debt collection practices are of interest to you, fry the wings, take out the hot sauce – and mark your calendar for June 15th.

What’s on the table? We’ll talk about recent cases, consumer complaints about debt collection practices, and compliance issues. The speakers – including a representative of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – will invite questions and comments from industry members and others who attend. We’ll follow up with additional Debt Collection Dialogues in Dallas and Atlanta.  (More about those events soon.)

Debt Collection Dialogue in Buffalo is scheduled for 1:30 to 4:00 in the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State, 1300 Elmwood Avenue. Visit the event page for more information, including pre-registration.  Debt Collection Dialogue is free and open to the public.

Looking for compliance resources? The Business Center’s Debt Collection page has information for your company.

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