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Auto Lands at No. 2 on N.Y. Attorney General’s Complaint List

N.J. Dealer Agrees to Pay $136,000 to Resolve Consumer Fraud Investigation

Three days after the New York attorney general's office reached settlement with a dealer for tacking on etch after customers agreed to prices for vehicles and often without their knowledge, New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino reached an agreement with Sansone Hyundai to settle similar charges.

August 21, 2017

Kinks Will Be Kinks

Kinks Will Be Kinks

Electronic processes won’t cure the ‘kinks’ who flout the rules and regulations governing F&I, but they will make their bad behavior easier to track.

July 7, 2017

A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

The magazine’s legal wiz reminds dealers and F&I pros why it’s wise to assume every customer knows the bad compliance practices you should have outlawed years ago.

July 7, 2017

New York AG Charges Multi-Store Group With Payment Packing

R.I.P. Payment Packing

The AFIP’s executive director says it’s time to say goodbye and good riddance to a relic of F&I’s past. He explains why ‘a little wiggle room’ hurts new-car gross and puts sales at risk.

November 13, 2015

N.Y. Dealers Targeted for Payment Packing and Other Deceptive Practices
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