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Conference to Teach Debt Relief Companies the Law
Compliance giant from Minnesota unleashes intensive industry training.
By: NorCal Press
Getting the Deception out of Debt Relief
Hailing from its headquarters in Burnsville, Minnesota, MSTARS has over 15 years experience in corporate compliance training, mainly in debt relief. Through thorough research and vast experience, they have discovered the many ways in which debt relief companies are unintentionally running afoul of the law. The Consumer Financial Protection bureau goes after debt relief companies who it believes are responsible for Unfair, Deceptive, Abusive Acts and Practices (UDAAP) against the borrowing public. MSTARS works to assure the industry and borrowers alike that debt relief is a legitimate, valuable, and viable service that simply needs to follow the complex rules already in place.
Intensive Business Boot Camp in Beach Town
There is no better time and place than San Diego in Spring for a business conference. But this brief, intense conference boasts 4 sessions a day that are specifically tailored and geared for the high-power professionals within the debt relief industry. This includes consumer debt, student loan debt, and accessory instrument debt relief companies. All of these officials are slated to benefit from the fast-paced, stimulating sessions that will unfold over the two days at the Paradise Point, one of the West Coast’s premier business conference facilities. Sponsors include big name players in the space such as DebtPay Gateway, Veritas Legal, Velocify, and the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators. Companies with any exposure to debt relief risk are encouraged to attend and experience the stimulating training sessions in what is being dubbed a “friendly, but serious event”. Ironically, debt relief company attendees will not incur a large debt themselves, as cost of admission for an entire office, including executives and staff, is only $995. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Says Matthew Hearn, President of MSTARS, quoting the master of frugal principles, Benjamin Franklin.
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