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Q&A: You Should Shred That

Q&A: You Should Shred That

Document and device security expert Ann Nickolas believes auto dealers need a strict policy and process for handling, storing, and securing your customers’ personally identifiable information.

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Compliance Summit 2018

Attorney Jim Ganther of Mosaic Compliance Services presented "GAP, Spats, and Wiretaps," a...

Dealers and F&I professionals from across the nation gathered at the Caribe Royale Orlando on Monday, Oct. 8, for Compliance Summit 2018. Attendees enjoyed a full day of advanced training, keynotes, and networking sessions, followed by Automotive Compliance Education (ACE) certification on Tuesday.

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Survey: Many Dealers Unaware of NCFC Tax Concerns

Survey: Many Dealers Unaware of NCFC Tax Concerns

A survey commissioned by Protective Asset Protection shows many dealer principals are unaware of how the Trump tax cuts may affect participation program selection, particularly for noncontrolled foreign corporations.

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Calif. Governor Vetoes Dealer Protection Bill

Calif. Governor Vetoes Dealer Protection Bill

In an unexpected decision, California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a dealer protection bill unanimously passed by the California State Legislature. The sticking point was a 'complex formula' for determining dealer reimbursement on warranty and recall work.

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FTC: Credit Freezes Are Now Free

FTC: Credit Freezes Are Now Free

The FTC issued a reminder that, starting today, consumers can freeze their credit and place one-year fraud alerts for free under the new Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.

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Pa. Dealer Agrees to Pay $2.1 Million to End Prosecution Into Bank Fraud

Pa. Dealer Agrees to Pay $2.1 Million to End Prosecution Into Bank Fraud

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Hallman Chevrolet falsified loan documents as well as costume jewelry brought in by customers as collateral for purported down payments over a six-year period beginning in 2009. The dealer, David Hallman, accepted responsibility for the scheme and agreed to pay a $1.4 million fine and more than $737,000 in restitution to end federal prosecution.