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RouteOne, Tri-PAC to Offer New Red Flags Solution

November 25, 2008

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Dealership solutions provider RouteOne has formed a partnership with Colorado-based Triple Protection Auto Care (Tri-PAC) to provide automotive dealers with an extensive Red Flags compliance and information security program. The partnership will pair Tri-PAC's Red Flags compliance services with RouteOne's existing Identify Verification and Authentication (IDV) tool, which is already available to dealers.

"RouteOne's IDV solution, coupled with our alliance with Tri-PAC, puts us at a distinct competitive advantage in that we can offer dealers a robust and customizable Red Flag program to best meet their needs," said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. "With RouteOne's IDV tool and Tri-PAC's Red Flag Ready web-based compliance tool, dealers can be confident in developing an identity theft prevention program that meets the FTC's Red Flag requirements."

Tri-PAC also provides dealers the ability to take advantage of its services while turning their dealership into a profit center by offering their IdentiTheft recovery services to consumers in the F&I office. With several programs available, dealers can select the Tri-PAC plan that best suits their desired breadth of coverage and risk tolerance, according to the company.

"There should be a great feeling of comfort for dealers across the country to know that their relationship with RouteOne provides them with the best solutions for today's challenging market," says Keith Cooper, Tri-PAC President/COO. "RouteOne truly understands that providing a less than complete Red Flag solution would not fit the commitment to their finance source and

dealer customers. Tri-PAC is proud to combine our Red Flag Ready and Information Defense solutions with RouteOne's IDV tool to deliver what we feel is the industry's most comprehensive Red Flag and information security package."

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