U.S. debt collectors seek cellphone, e-mail access

The debt collection industry urged the U.S. government on Wednesday to lift a
decades old ban against using e-mail accounts or cellphone numbers to contact
consumers who have fallen behind in their payments.

As more Americans drop home telephone land lines and rely on cellphones, debt
collectors are finding it harder to reach delinquent account holders and the
industry potentially faces higher losses, industry executives said at a forum
sponsored by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

Read the full story on Reuters.com

One Reply to “U.S. debt collectors seek cellphone, e-mail access”

  1. Hi, as i was going through ur blog i found some interesting section..I would like to get ur hand as my
    link partner…i have sites related to finance,and having good pr which will help u a lot.
    I can provide u link form good content page or article page of my site..your blog is pretty nice.
    I am ready to post one article in ur blog…
    if ur interested then plz mail me ..at shellybrown1984(at)gmail.com
    Regards
    Shelly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *