Regulation B

Regulation B is a set of rules intended to prevent discrimination against applicants for consumer credit. According to Regulation B, lenders are prohibited from discriminating against protected classes during processing of credit information.


Protect your text messaging practices from the new TCPA rules

Protect your text messaging practices from the new TCPA rules

I recently wrote about the new Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rules and how they will prohibit using auto-dialing technology to place solicitous calls (live or prerecorded) to wireless numbers without prior express written consent. With the rollout of the revised TCPA rules right around the corner, many of our customers and prospects are looking […]


New TCPA Rules: Prepare Now

New TCPA Rules: Prepare Now

Due largely to the dramatic increase in the prevalence of wireless telephones, last year the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced new Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rules requiring companies to obtain express written consent before contacting prospective and existing customers on their cell phones and, in some cases, their land lines. Specifically, the new rules […]