The FTC is cracking down on auto dealer advertising violations. Learn some tips from KPA’s auto compliance experts to ensure your dealership stays out of trouble.
The FTC has been cracking down on dealership advertising violations lately—and it can cost your business 5 or 6 figures if you are found liable.
Finding a non-compliant Buyers Guide at a dealership is often like shooting fish in a barrel. Avoid issues by understanding the latest rules & regulations.
Don't let mistakes and a lack of common sense allow the FTC to come knocking. Learn from recent violations which have hit dealerships across the country.
Who, what, where, how, and why? Let's answer some of your basic questions on the Fair Credit Practices Rule.
A little history on The Used Car Rule The Used Car Rule was introduced in 1984 with the primary aim to curb unfair and deceptive practices, particularly in the warranty coverage area and to stop used car dealers from making oral misrepresentations and…
Selling a vehicle over the internet? Be aware of the Federal Trade Commission’s Cooling-Off Rule, which gives buyers 3 days to cancel, among other things.
Businesses that pay for favorable reviews or buy social media followers are facing escalating pressure—not to mention hefty fines—from the FTC.