"Christine Hines, legislative director for the National Assn. of Consumer Advocates, predicted at the time that 'debt collection will only intensify in the coming months.'"
NACA and 18 non-profit advocacy organizations sent a letter to the DC Council in suport of the Debt Buying Limitation Amendment Act of 2019 in anticipation of a wave new debt collection activity after emergency COVID-19 protections expire.
NACA and 103 other small business, nonprofit, consumer, community, human rights, and civil rights organizations sent a letter to congressional leaders urging them to adopt debt collection protection provisions from HEROES Act in the next COVID-19 recovery package. The provisions are necessary to give consumers, small businesses, and non-profits a path towards financial recovery.
"Christine Hines, legislative director for the National Assn. of Consumer Advocates, said she believes 'debt collection will only intensify in the coming months' as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet amid job losses and pay cuts."
Consumer financial harms stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic will only worsen in communities across the country if the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) does not vigorously enforce the consumer protection laws under its jurisdiction, state leaders of the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) warned today.
NACA Ohio members sent a letter to Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court urging the immediate suspension of all non-emergency landlord-tenant hearings, debt collection hearings, and foreclosures.
NACA members in Ohio sent a letter to State Attorney General Dave Yost calling on his office to suspend collection of debts owed to the state, particularly student and medical debt, during the ongoing COVID-19 emergency.