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Welcome to the new CPR website!

We are proud to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website. On behalf of all of us here at CPR, welcome! Our old website served us well for the past twenty years, but technology continues to develop and with this redesign we will be able to take advantage of the most current tools to…

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CPR is PCI Compliant

Date:  February 17, 2017 Operations Announcement  . . .  PCI COMPLIANCE DMS Professional Suite™ CPR’s latest release for DMS 4 will make the application PCI compliant.  In order to make DMS 4 PCI compliant we had to change approximately 24 screens in the application. The new release of the DMS Professional Suite has made changes…

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CPR Dallas Now Supports The NFCC Project Reinvest

    Cooperative Processing Resources has created a new product screen that enables it’s users to capture and store all information required for the NFCC Project Reinvest program.  Documentation can be found in the forums section of the CPR website.

Supreme Court Ruling on Henson v. Santander

“So perhaps it comes as little surprise that we now face a question about who exactly qualifies as a “debt collector” subject to the Act’s rigors. Everyone agrees that the term embraces the repo man—someone hired by a creditor to collect an outstanding debt. But what if you purchase a debt and then try to collect it for yourself— does that…

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Court order shuts down 11 debt settlement companies

“Despite alleged promises, the victims of this scam ended up with little or nothing to show for their payments and were made worse off financially,” https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/court-order-shuts-down-11-debt-settlement-companies-052417.html   Our agencies are non-profit and accredited.

U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook from Equifax

Make more informed decisions with economic and consumer credit insights from Equifax Insights that Drive Strategic Growth.

Student Debt’s Grip on the Economy

After decades of rising college costs and tepid income growth, student debt has become a drag on graduates’ hopes and a threat to economic growth. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/20/opinion/sunday/student-debts-economy-loans.html?smid=tw-share  

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