Early Warning Blog

Bringing Automation To Asset Location And Verification

Posted by Ravi Loganathan on Mar 16, 2016

Each year, 85% of the approximately 8.7 million mortgages originated in the U.S. are sold into the secondary market and securitized. In the past, the mortgage industry has relied heavily on manual, paper-based processes to locate and validate liquid assets.

Now, for the first time, lenders can verify liquid asset information through an automated approach using collaborative data from Early Warning's unique bank consortium model. 

Read the entire article on MortgageOrb.com to learn how Early Warning's Asset Search and VerificationSM Service for Home Loans can help automate the systemic validation of liquid assets in an effort to remain compliant, become more efficient, reduce costs and better serve the nation’s borrowers with a simpler, more convenient loan experience.

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Topics: Regulatory, Asset Search and Verification, Mortgage

Still Relying on Manual, Paper-Based Methods for Asset Verification in Loan Underwriting? There’s a Better Way.

Posted by Ravi Loganathan on Feb 24, 2016

Cross-Bank Automated Data Can Close Loans Faster, Improve Quality and Reduce Fraud

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Topics: Regulatory

Helping Market Research Firms Adapt to New FCC Rules

Posted by Ravi Loganathan on Sep 22, 2015

Market research professionals pour their days into identifying the best way to engage and connect with consumers. With ever-changing behavior patterns and technology constantly evolving their preferences, understanding what consumers want is certainly no easy task. Adding to an already challenging job is now another element for market research firms to consider: Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) requirements.

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Topics: Regulatory

Take Proactive Measures to Avoid TCPA Violations

Posted by Ravi Loganathan on Aug 17, 2015

Since June’s announcement of the FCC’s heightened enforcement of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) robocalling guidelines, financial institutions and other businesses have been looking more closely at their call center risks. Some parties have shared the viewpoint that the FCC’s ruling is unjust to banks and other organizations conducting business the right way,

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Topics: Regulatory

[Infographic] Verify that the mobile number on file still belongs to the right consumer

Posted by Early Warning on Jun 23, 2015

The ability to verify the accuracy of consumer mobile phone numbers in real-time has become essential in order to reduce the risk of violating TCPA rules and regulations. The key to ensuring that organizations have the proper consent to call or text a mobile number is validating that the mobile number on file still belongs to the consenting consumer.

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Topics: Regulatory

New FCC Ruling to Strengthen TCPA - Is Your Organization at Risk?

Posted by Ravi Loganathan on Jun 19, 2015

The recent rulings on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal addressing two dozen petitions that sought clarity on how the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) enforces the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), closes loopholes and strengthens consumer protections against unwanted calls and texts to wireless phones. These rulings now:

Here are some examples of how we use list blog posts here at HubSpot:Empower consumers to say “Stop”

  • Give the green light for “Do Not Disturb” technology
  • Clarify that reassigned numbers are not loopholes
  • Provide more specific definition of an autodialer
  • Allow very limited and specific exceptions for urgent circumstances
  • Affirm consumers’ rights to control the calls they receive
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Topics: Regulatory