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Confront the Growing Threat of Synthetic ID Fraud

Synthetic identity fraud is incredibly costly and difficult to detect. Expert explains why your dealership is at risk and why a multilayered defense works best.

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Kasasa Partners with Carleton for Configurable & Compliant Loan Calculations

Kasasa, LTD. adds value to their financial technology and marketing services platform through its new partnership with Carleton, Inc.

Top 10 Fraud Stories of 2019

A number of U.S. auto dealers and dealership sales and F&I personnel were the victims or alleged perpetrators in several major fraud cases this year.

Police: Fla. Dealer Couple Faked 35 Sales Contracts

A Florida Highway Patrol investigation led to the arrests of husband and wife dealers accused of submitting at least 35 phantom RISCs for purchase by an auto finance company.

Democrats Signal Defeat on EV Tax Credit

The federal spending bill being negotiated by House and Senate leaders is not likely to include an extension of the $7,500 tax credit for buyers of electric vehicles.

Sense of Urgency Pervades Q3 Dealership Acquisitions

Kerrigan Advisors’ latest Blue Sky Report finds the pace of U.S. dealership buy/sell activity quickened in the third quarter and could accelerate further in Q4.

Used Car Price Gap Grows to $15K in Q3 Report

Edmunds’ latest Used Car Report finds high off-lease volumes have suppressed prices and widened the gap between new and 3-year-old models to an average of $14,951.

Q3 Auto Finance: Used Accounts for 55% of Loans

Experian analysts say buyers of pre-owned vehicles accounted for 55.15% of all U.S. auto loan originations in the third quarter, a 2.4% year-over-year increase.

November Auto Loan Interest Rates Hit 21-Month Low

Edmunds analysts say Black Friday promotions helped suppress new auto loan interest rates last month, registering a year-to-date low of 5.5% and an 8.3% year-over-year decline.

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Regulators Appear to Endorse Alternative Credit Scoring

A joint statement from the nation’s biggest banking regulators expressed cautious optimism toward emerging decisioning models that could generate more auto loans.