Electronic Payments

Is Coronavirus Changing the Way Paper Money is Used?

Topics: Merchant Processing, Electronic Payments, Retail Payments, Urgency Payments, Coronavirus

COVID-19 was only discovered at the end of December 2019, which is not an efficient amount of time for testing the spread of the virus. The CDC found that COVID-19…

Read More > March 24, 2020

Coronavirus will Not Impact Operations

Topics: Merchant Processing, Electronic Payments, Retail Payments, Urgency Payments, Operations, Coronavirus

People in cities throughout the United States are taking extra precautionary steps to protect against the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As concerns grow over the spread of Coronavirus; we want to let…

Read More > March 6, 2020

Impact of Online Merchants by ADA Lawsuits

Topics: Merchant Processing, Electronic Payments, Payments Compliance, Retail Payments

Whether you have a storefront or an online business; it must be usable and accessible to all customers, not only is it good business practice, it’s the law.  Under Title…

Read More > February 26, 2020

Judge Denies MTD in FDCPA Case Over Judgment Letter Sent to Wrong Address

Topics: Electronic Payments, Payments Industry Trends, Payments Compliance

A District Court judge in Ohio has denied a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by accidentally attaching a…

Read More > December 11, 2019

Autoscribe’s Laurie Nelson honored with 2019 Women, Influence, & Power in Law Award

Topics: Electronic Payments, Payments Industry Trends, Payments Compliance

Autoscribe’s Laurie Nelson, Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel, has been honored with a 2019 Women, Influence, & Power in Law Award (formerly known as the National Women in Law…

Read More > November 25, 2019

Online Debt Negotiation Tools: Reduce My Compliance Risk and Make More Money?
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Topics: Electronic Payments, Payments Industry Trends, Payments Compliance, Retail Payments, Urgency Payments

As we all know, there is a significant shift in today’s consumers’ preferred method of communication.  Most consumers would rather avoid the direct dialogue with a live agent call, and the idea of any mail that is not email seems ancient.  As collections firms derive methods and develop strategies to accommodate this shift, the benefit that have resulted from this change should not be overlooked.

Read More > November 12, 2019