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Slippery Synthetic Fraud Increasingly Occurring in Dealerships

As COVID-19 has lead to more vehicles being financed and purchased online, the ability of the F&I department to sift out synthetic fraud will be increasingly valuable to them. F&I managers are encouraged to take another look at available technologies to identify synthetic fraud when practiced against their dealership.

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Digital Accessibility for All

Dealers need to ensure they are remaining ADA compliant while catering to various groups of consumers.

How to Implement a Compliance Management System

Agents can and should help dealers design, install, and enforce their federally mandated CMS. Luckily for everyone involved, the instructions are freely available.

Island Hopping Is a Compliance Concern

Hackers are using weak links in vendor and supply chains to target more secure networks. Here’s what agents and dealers need to know.

Safety Recalls: Think You're Covered?

As state and federal regulations continue to evolve, it is crucial you ensure your dealership is selling above the line and paying attention to all safety recalls.

One Flu Over the Dealership

At least 6.4 million flu cases were reported between October and December 2019. Given that influenza is a serious medical condition, do dealerships have a role to play in limiting its spread?

3 F&I Gotchas You Need to Avoid

Be sure you know the three F&I ‘gotchas’ that compliance auditors, regulators, and plaintiffs’ attorneys will be hunting for in 2020 with this three-minute read.

Confront the Growing Threat of Synthetic ID Fraud

Synthetic identity fraud is incredibly costly and difficult to detect. Expert explains why your dealership is at risk and why a multilayered defense works best.

CFPB Announces Membership of Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced four members who will serve on the Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law.

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Ghosn Skips Bail, Escapes to Lebanon

Convinced he was framed for financial crimes in Japan, former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn somehow slipped past surveillance and fled to his home in Lebanon.