Receivables Management Association International needs your industry perspective and is looking for innovative and insightful presentations to build a strong educational agenda. We are currently planning our live monthly webinars for the rest of 2018 through April 2019 and we encourage you to submit an idea for a […]
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RMA SEEKS COMMENTS ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
The Certification Council is proposing edits to the Receivables Management Certification Program (RMCP). The Council is required to perform a review of certification program standards at least annually to ensure the program reflects “evolving industry best practices, input from key stakeholders and communities of interest, areas of […]
Receivables Management Association International holds elections each year to approve a slate of officers, elect new Directors to open seats, and, if necessary, approve proposed amendments to RMA Bylaws. There is one open Director seat designated for candidates from certified debt-buying companies.
There are no proposed Bylaws amendments.
The ballot can be found here. Certified-company […]
RMA recommends all members temporarily suspend collection calls and communications to consumers in areas affected by the devastating Thomas, Creek, and Rye fires in southern California. According to FEMA, the affected counties include Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura.
Unfortunately, the fires may spread to additional heavily populated counties, given current “red […]
At the request of Receivables Management Association, the Oregon Division of Consumer & Business Services (DCBS) has issued written guidance regarding when a debt collector should maintain a “collection agency” registration as opposed to a “debt buyer” license in Oregon. The answer essentially depends on the title holder of the debt. If you are […]
Today, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS), at the request of RMA, has published a safe harbor notice on enforcement actions for debt buying companies who have not been issued the new debt buyer license by the law’s January 1, 2018 effective date. To qualify for the safe harbor, debt buying companies […]
This week, the State of Oregon launched the application for its new Debt Buyer license. Pursuant to Chapter 625 of the Laws of 2017, Oregon becomes the first state in the nation to adopt a stand-alone licensure requirement for debt buyers. In most states that require a license […]