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Lessons From the Lockdown

Where we had previously been moving at a sloth pace to digitize the entire buying process, the auto industry is accelerating many processes in response to COVID-19.

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Lessons From an I-Team Investigation

A dealership was recently discovered to have a prevalent policy and practice of inflating consumers’ incomes to obtain finance source approvals. Reading between the lines of the story, there are a variety of lessons to be learned.

Kicking the Trade

Kicking the trade is an old-school tactic employed by unscrupulous sales people, sales managers, and F&I managers. Being aggressive and going after every possible deal, while employing a deceptive practice to finalize the sale is simply not worth the risk.

Ferreting Out Fake Paystubs

Do you know how to vet a paystub for legitimacy? These 10 tips can help you catch the phonies.

The Digital Revolution is Upon Us

An unspoken truth is that sometimes a drastic, calamitic action has to sideswipe a process to speed up the evolutionary process. The calamity known as COVID-19 is acting as an agent of revolutionary change in dealer’s sales processes.

F&I Meets Alternative Credit Scoring

New methods to qualify car shoppers could help your dealers sell more vehicles and F&I products, but alternative credit scoring is not without its pitfalls.

Compliance Isn’t Just for the Finance Office

We should call it transaction compliance, rather than F&I compliance.

How to Implement a Compliance Management System

Agents can and should help dealers design, install, and enforce their federally mandated CMS. Luckily for everyone involved, the instructions are freely available.

Compliance Summit Will Include a Session Devoted to Sales Compliance

gvo3 & ACE’s Gil Van Over will return to the Compliance Summit stage with a session dedicated to the most frequent source of noncompliance: the sales department.

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Proper Desking Prevents Payment Packing

Despite improved industry education and a slew of regulatory enforcement actions, packing payments remains a popular pursuit at dealerships around the nation. Here’s how to prevent this highly illegal practice before it starts.