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Nearly fifty percent of Americans have been victims of credit card fraud in the past five years. The fallout from fraudulent charges can extend beyond the simple hassle of being placed on a “brief hold” when calling the card issuer into taking the time, creditworthiness, and sanity away from even the most sophisticated consumer. Fortunately, we have the tools to combat this, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Credit Billing Act (FCBA), and Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA). This webinar is geared to attorneys who already have a basic knowledge of the FCRA, FCBA and EFTA and want to better apply these statutes to credit card cases.
What You Will Learn
- How to help your clients challenge fraudulent or disputed charges the right way
- How to dispute these charges when they appear on credit reports
- How to litigate FCRA, FCBA, and other claims against card issuers, debt collectors and credit reporting agencies when diplomacy fails
Dave Maxfield has been a NACA member for ten years and since 1998, has litigated thousands of FCRA, FCBA, and other consumer cases. Dave is the current president of the 1900-member Richland County Bar Association in Columbia, South Carolina, and a frequent speaker and writer on consumer and technology issues.
Are you interested in receiving CLE credit for this webinar? NACA does not seek CLE approval for each webinar in each individual state. Individual attorneys can generally apply for, and receive CLE credit, in their respective states. Please note that NACA is now a State Bar of California MCLE Provider and this webinar is considered pre-approved for CLE credits for lawyers practicing in California. NACA will provide, upon request, certificates of attendance to be used in state bar applications and for records required by California attorneys. Email email@example.com to request a certificate of attendance.
Please note that there are no refunds for webinars since participants can view the presentation after it has taken place. If your registration was submitted less than two hours prior to the event, it is not guaranteed that you will receive access to participate in the live presentation. However, you will receive access to the recorded webinar in the coming days.
Why You Should Register Even If You Can’t Attend the Live Webinar
For each webinar you register for, regardless of whether you attend live, you will automatically receive an email inviting you to view a recording of the webinar and also containing attachments of the Power Point presentation and any other supplemental materials within two business days of the live webinar. This way, if you have a time conflict, you will be able to listen to the webinar and study the course materials at your convenience. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Smolar, Manager of Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.