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Sagent Adds Experian’s Precise ID to Auto LOS

Sagent Lending Technologies announced an enhancement of its identity-management and fraud-detection capabilities credited to a new collaboration with Experian.

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FTC Reminds Businesses of Duties to Victims of Identity Theft

The Fair Credit Reporting Act’s ‘business records turnover provision’ requires that business provide free of charge and without subpoena records relating to the theft within 30 days of a victim’s written request.

LoJack Issues Warning About 'Connected Car Thieves'

LoJack launched a campaign this month to educate and alert vehicle owners about the sophisticated techniques employed by today's 'connected vehicle thief.' The information shared can be used by F&I managers to educate consumers about the need for vehicle-recovery systems.

Lincoln Captive Offers Customers Credit Protection Package

The complimentary package includes around-the-clock credit monitoring, unlimited access to credit reports and scores, lost wallet protection, and up to $1 million in identity theft insurance coverage.

Dealer Sentenced to 15 Years for Identity Theft

The owner of Edge Auto Sales used personal identifying information from customer credit applications to forge dozens of fraudulent auto loans and fabricate the existence of two dealerships.

F&I Express Adds Mosaic Identity Services to eContracting Platform

F&I Express has added Mosaic Identity Services and its FamilyBeacon line of products to its aftermarket eContracting platform.

NADA Adds Guidance for Dealers about Data

The NADA issued at its annual convention an addendum to the dealer data guidance it released this past summer. It includes a sample vendor agreement that lays out limitations on what data tech vendors can access from dealers.

All Show, No Go

The magazine’s legal eagle uses another dealer-targeted lawsuit to encourage dealerships to ‘walk the walk’ when it comes to their privacy policies.