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Debt collectors could face a crackdown with new laws proposed that would regulate their practices. Regulations of the billion-dollar industry that affects about 70 million people include limiting calls to six per week, barring collectors from suing for debt and requiring collectors to know for certain how much money is owed before collecting. News4 Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan explains.
CBS 2 - KCAL 9 - Los Angeles
One in four Americans have been blindsided by surprise medical bills, charges from out-of-network providers, who participated in their care without disclosing their fees, often without their knowledge.
The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
Akinpelu Dada The Federal Inland Revenue Service on Wednesday shut the operational headquarters of HFP Engineering Nigeria Limited in Ajah area of Lagos State over unsettled tax liabilities of N536m. Members of staff of the company were ordered out of the office located at Globe House, Plot 0-17B, Road 8, Victoria Garden City, Lagos. The […] The post FIRS shuts HFP Engineering, others over tax...
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