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FTC to Webcast the Debt Collection & the Latino Community Roundtable

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Staff from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) are ready to host the Debt Collection and the Latino Community roundtable, tomorrow, October 23rd, in Long Beach, CA.

The roundtable will be held at the Grand Ballroom of the University Student Union, California State University, Long Beach. It will feature consumer advocates, industry leaders, state and federal regulators and academics, who will address issues related to debt collection among Latinos who have limited English proficiency.

A live webcast will begin at 9:00 am Pacific time.

The link for the webcast will be active beginning at 8:45 am, Pacific.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit



will there be acess to a recording of this webcast later. I'm very interested in listening, but have other meetings on my schedue same time and we are central time.

Yes, it will be available later. Thanks!

Is this recording available yet?

Am not Hispanic but know full well what they must be experiencing, as I am an Anglo-American senior citizen, presently dealing with an negative entry on my credit report, that I knew absolutely nothing about until about a year ago, when it came to light after I acquired my report, and involves a credit card I DO NOT possess, and have not been using. The agency and the bureaus seem not to be able to read certified letters and respond accordingly, perhaps because I am not an attorney. There's much more, but I have neither the time or the inclination to elaborate further right now.

where is the link to the webcast?

The CFPB says: Many thanks for your interest in today’s event. A video of the event will be posted here next week with Spanish-language subtitles.

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