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Fed Reserve, CFPB Leave TILA, CLA Dollar Thresholds the Same for 2017

The two agencies announced before Thanksgiving that the dollar thresholds in the TILA’s Reg Z. and the CLA’s Reg. M for exempt consumer credit transaction will remain at $54,600 for 2017.

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Nine-Store Los Angeles Group Charged With Payment Packing, Yo-Yo Financing

The Federal Trade Commission today charged nine Los Angeles-area dealerships and their owners with a wide range of deceptive, and unfair sales and financing practices, including payment packing and using "yo-yo" finanicng tactics.

Texas Dealers Agree to Pay $85,000 for Deceptive Advertising

Three Dallas-area dealerships have agreed to pay $85,000 to settle charges that they violated a 2014 Federal Trade Commission (FTC) administrative order that barred them from deceptively advertising the cost of buying or leasing a car.

Compliance Summit to Hit Tampa, Las Vegas in 2016

Organizers of Compliance Summit, a series of regional events dedicated to front-end compliance for dealers and dealership management, announced that events will be held in Tampa and Las Vegas this year following stops in Chicago and Austin, Texas, in 2015.

AFIP Issues Guidance on Reg. Z and M Dollar Thresholds for 2016

The FRB and CFPB announced on Nov. 25 that 2016 dollar thresholds for Reg. Z and M exemptions will remain unchanged from 2015. The AFIP says the accepted practice for processing transactions above the threshold will also remain unchanged.

Calif. DMV Puts Tesla Motors on Notice

In response to the state dealer association’s claims that Tesla Motors is in violation of state and federal advertising laws, the state DMV issued a warning to electric vehicle makers about adhering to such laws.

FTC Approves Final Order in Texas Auto Dealer’s Deceptive Ad Case

The FTC unanimously approved a final order settling its deceptive advertising complaint against Dallas-based Trophy Nissan, which was charged on Dec. 23 with violating the FTC Act, the Consumer Leasing Act and the Truth in Lending Act.

Eliminating Elmer Fudd Responses

AFIP head warns against pretending to know the answers to serious questions in a misguided effort to placate customers.

5 Dealers Targeted by FTC for Deceptive Ads

Five car dealers have agreed to Federal Trade Commission settlement orders that require them to stop running ads in which they promise to pay off a consumer's trade-in no matter what the consumer owes on the vehicle.

F&I’s Code Red

Do you disclose the base payment on your menu? If you don’t, the editor lends his thoughts on why you should.