Archive October 2020
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How Dealers Can Successfully Tap into Election Cycle Digital Advertising
An estimated $400 million1 worth of presidential campaign advertising, and possibly more, is likely to . . .
Are Disclosure Agreements Necessary for GPS Tracking Devices?
Why should a lienholder advise a debtor that a GPS device has been installed on a vehicle being sold, and that it can be used to locate the debtor?
Georgia Cracks Down On Temporary Tag Violations, Texas Dealers
"If we catch a dealer that is selling these temporary tags*, they’re committing a felony. We are pursuing them—we are making arrests.”
Am I Required to File Form 8300?
Every year, around this time our compliance consultation service receives calls and emails asking . . .
Car Buyer Granted Default Judgment Against Dealership for Violations of TILA, Connecticut Retail Installment Sales Finance Act, and State's Unfair Trade Practices Act
A consumer saw a 2012 BMW 750i listed for sale for $15,900.
Customer's Death Reveals Risks of Deferred Down Payments
A recent issue with a member has brought attention to a special situation that sometimes occurs in our industry.