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3 Ways to Address Opioid Addiction in the Dealership

Opioid use and abuse among dealership employees can’t be tolerated, but termination is not the only answer. Attorney offers three tools American business owners are using to confront the opioid crisis in a compassionate and compliant way.

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Va. Parts Manager Faces 20 Years for Embezzlement

A former dealership employee was accused of systematically scrapping nearly $250,000 worth of catalytic converters and selling them to a recycling center for pennies on the dollar.

High Risk, Low Reward: Employee Accused of Stealing ID for ’07 Corvette

The Arizona Department of Transportation has charged Randall Cepi with fraud, forgery, and theft, accusing the former employee of a Flagstaff Nissan dealership with stealing a customer’s nonpublic personal information to secure a loan for a used Chevrolet Corvette.

Zanan Launches Dealership Fraud Hotline

Compliance expert Max Zanan announced the launch of Dealership Fraud Hotline, a new service designed to help dealers combat corruption.

Former Ark. Dealership Employee Arrested on Embezzlement, Fraud Charges

Janet Christine Stair is charged with concocting a service-ticket scheme that defrauded a Hot Springs Chrysler dealership of more than $17,000 and charged its factory nearly $12,000 for phantom warranty work.

Ex-Lithia Employee Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

A former office manager at Lithia Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Montana pleaded guilty this week to stealing approximately $288,000 from the dealership over a nine-year period.

Former Dealership Office Manager Sentenced to Prison

The former office manager of a Pennsylvania dealership was sentenced to three and a half years in federal prison for stealing nearly $700,000 from the business.

Dealership Employee Sentenced for $50,000 Theft

While working as a cashier, a former employee of a Pennsylvania dealership performed multiple unauthorized refund transactions and refunded the money to her own checking account. She was sentenced this week to four years of probation, including one year of house arrest.