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F&I Compliance: Your Guide to Buyers Guides

Dealers
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.
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FTC Crackdowns are Hitting Fast and Furious: How to Avoid a Visit

Dealers
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.
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Form 8300 Cheat Sheet: When Should I Report Suspicious Activity?

Dealers F&I Compliance
As a dealer, you need to know that a cash transaction of $10,000 and higher should be considered suspicious. The government certainly does. That's where Form 8300 Cash Reporting Rule comes into play.
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Is That Customer on the "Naughty" List? Check With OFAC To Find Out

Dealers F&I Compliance
OFAC lists companies from targeted countries, involved with terrorism or narcotics trafficking. Are your customers on the naughty list?
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Dealers Take Note: The CFPB's Ramping Up for Stronger Enforcement

Dealers
The CFPB has gone on a hiring spree under President Biden. With a larger enforcement team, dealers can expect greater oversight and possibly more significant penalties and fines.
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Five Identity Theft Red Flags Dealers Should Watch Out For

Dealers
To help you detect potential identity theft, we put together this list of 5 key areas dealers should watch out for.
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When Should You Provide an Adverse Action Notice? (Infographic)

Dealers
If you’re an organization that processes credit applications, you need to know when it is your duty to provide an Adverse Action Notice. Here's the scoop.
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Offer Credit? Know Your Equal Opportunity Credit Act (ECOA) Responsibilities

Dealers
Offer financing to your customers? Make sure you’re not violating the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) by discriminating against anyone.
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FTC's Used Car Rule: Are You Up to Speed?

Dealers
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 unfair omissions of material facts to consumers. The Used Car Rule applies in all states […]
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