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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

October 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Congress, CFPB Tussle Over Finance Legislation

By Jean Noonan

The CFPB has generated some stormy weather over its review of rate participation, but the clouds may finally be parting.

Tags: auto finance, congress the car business, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), Finance, pricing discrimination, race profiling, rate markup

July 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Check The Stubs

Greg Goebel is the CEO of Used Car University LLC. GoebelG@AutoDealerMonthly.com

By Greg Goebel

Fraudulent paystubs are a serious threat to your dealership and the trust you’ve built with your finance companies.

Tags: bank fraud, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Credit, Credit Applications, Federal Trade Commission, Finance, finance company, fraud, special finance, testimonials

June 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Describing F&I's Role

Thomas B. Hudson is a Partner in the law firm of Hudson Cook LLP. THudson@AutoDealerMonthly.com

By Thomas B. Hudson, Esq.

The magazine’s legal eagle dusts off his soapbox to deliver a warning he’s delivered countless times before. But this time, there’s more at stake than the threat of consumer lawsuits.

Tags: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, discrimination, Finance, Indirect Lending, lawsuits, loans, Regulations, retail installment contracts

May 2013, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Removing The Roadblocks

April 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

They Don't Care!

Thomas B. Hudson is a partner in a law firm of Hudson Cook LLP.

By Thomas B. Hudson, Esq.

The magazine’s legal eagle doesn’t know where the CFPB is going with its recent actions regarding dealer participation, but there’s one thing he knows for sure.

Tags: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

January 2013, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Reaching the Summit

By Daryl K. Tabor

Get the story from Auto Dealer Monthly’s first-ever CRM Convention, and find out why this new conference is a must-attend in 2013.

Tags: BDC, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Creative Selling, CRM Convention, data mining, Industry Summit, relationship management

December 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Free Legal Advice on the Internet

By Thomas B. Hudson, Esq.

Attorney Tom Hudson explains why relying on the Internet for legal research and compliance is no substitute for the advice of a qualified legal professional.

Tags: BDC, compliance, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, consumer protection, federal lawsuit, Federal Trade Commission, Legal, Regulations, retail installment contracts

August 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

You Should Not Be in the BHPH Business If …

By Thomas B. Hudson, Esq.

A few words of caution from attorney Tom Hudson: if you fit any of these descriptions, you shouldn't be in the BHPH business.

Tags: BDC, bhph, compliance, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, lawsuits, retail installment contracts

August 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Is Your Information Safeguards Plan Keeping Up With Technology?

By Jim Radogna

Dealerships have become more technologically advanced since the federal Safeguards Rule was first enacted. Compliance expert Jim Radogna presents some tips to help dealers ensure their information safeguards policy keeps pace with today's technology.

Tags: BDC, compliance, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, consumer protection, federal lawsuit, FTC, law suits, non-compliance, PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION, privacy policy, privacy violations, Safeguards Rule

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