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DealerTrack Welcomes Credit Union Acceptance Corporation

October 27, 2003

DealerTrack, Inc. on Oct. 27 announced that Houston-based Credit Union Acceptance Corp. (CUAC) has joined the DealerTrack™ auto finance platform. CUAC provides not only auto loan portfolio growth for participating credit unions, but also serves as a one-stop car-buying service for credit union members.

The DealerTrack platform is designed to reduce the time spent processing automobile credit applications, while decreasing the potential for input errors. DealerTrack says the platform fuels a more profitable and efficient experience for dealers, while offering financing sources like CUAC the ability to reduce the costs of processing

applications while speeding loan decision turn-around times.

About DealerTrack, Inc.

With more than 21,000 dealers and more than 45 financing sources currently connected, DealerTrack is an independent Web-based platform

designed to automate and accelerate the automotive financing process.

DealerTrack products include credit application processing, credit report access, electronic contracting and lease comparisons, all of which are included in one integrated solution. Additionally, DealerTrack says its platform features integration with top dealer management systems for credit application processing and credit report access.

More information on DealerTrack is available

at or by calling (877) 357-8725.

About Credit Union Acceptance Corporation

Credit Union Acceptance Corp. (CUAC) is a credit union service organization (CUSO) founded in 1998 by eight Houston based credit unions: PrimeWay(TM)

FCU; Cy-Fair FCU; Energy Capital CU; Houston FCU; Houston Municipal Employees FCU; Member Source CU; Shell Employees FCU and USE CU.

CUAC was formed to represent credit unions in the indirect finance market. Designed for credit unions by credit unions, it currently services 36 credit unions in the Houston, Victoria, Laredo, McAllen, Sarasota, Fla., and Columbia, S.C., markets.

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