American Fair Credit 2017 Council Spring Conference Dates Announced

Spring Conference to be held April 28th at the Avenue of the Arts Hotel in Costa Mesa, CA

Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 13, 2017The American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) announced today it will hold its spring conference April 28th at the Avenue of the Arts Hotel in Costa Mesa, CA.  This year’s conference will highlight recent legislative and regulatory updates as well as technical sessions from leading industry stakeholders and leading industry consultants.

Highlights of the upcoming conference include a presentation by Robby Birnbaum, who will provide a legislative update and recap current regulatory enforcement actions working their way through the courts.  Additionally, the association has retained a number a of speakers that will provide working sessions to help members learn more about emerging trends in the debt settlement industry.  Attendees will all have the opportunity to learn about the latest techniques and technologies to better manage their operations through social media and 2-way text messaging.

Robby Birnbaum, President of the American Fair Credit Council commented, “We are very fortunate to have such a prestigious lineup of presenters for this year’s Spring conference.  It has always been our mission to provide our members with the most relevant information relating to operational efficiency and the ever changing regulatory environment.”   For registration information, or to view the complete conference agenda, visit http://www.americanfaircreditcouncil.org/.

About The American Fair Credit Council

The American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) is the leading association of Professional Consumer Credit Advocates.  The AFCC, and its member companies, work to represent the rights of consumers struggling with the overwhelming burden of debt.  The AFCC has developed a strict Code of Conduct centered on best practices designed to protect the rights of consumers and require member companies to follow strict regulatory guidelines for operation.  All AFCC members operate on a “No Advanced Fee Model” and never charge a fee for services until a consumer’s debt has been successfully negotiated.

Contact:

Robby Birnbaum – President

The American Fair Credit Council

Phone:  (888) 657-8272

Website: www.americanfaircreditcouncil.org