The Supreme Court’s decision is clearly a massive landmark in TCPA jurisprudence, and it means that businesses may now use certain automated technology to make certain calls to cellphones without prior consent.
The action represents the latest recognition by a diverse and growing number of public and private groups of the value of the optional NADA fair credit program as an effective mechanism to address fair credit concerns while preserving competition in the marketplace.
In this period of enormous economic strain, knowing the new tools that the IRS provides is the first step to a manageable and successful tax season.
There have been many reports from healthcare providers, pharmacies, grocers, retailers, utility companies, banks, credit unions and financial service providers, among others, that routine, important customer service calls from are being blocked by the providers because of this protocol. NADA has recently received reports that dealers have also now begun to face these issues on calls made from their dealership.
“This is a great victory for military service members and their families. It is critically important for members of the military to have the ability to purchase valuable credit-related products such as optional GAP Waiver protection when they finance the purchase of a new vehicle.”
With the new year less than a month away, it is a good time for franchised new-car dealers to evaluate their websites for accessibility and reaffirm our commitment to website accessibility.
While we all support protecting customer information and dealers should proactively review with their vendors the adequacy of their security measures, the FTC’s proposed one-size-fits-all rulemaking is not the right approach.
With the annual OSHA Safe + Sound Week upon us, it is a great time to evaluate your dealership’s workplace health and safety and review the tools available to enhance compliance
The FTC announced the second in a series of recent enforcement actions against a variety of small businesses under the CRFA. The announcement outlined two proposed FTC administrative complaints and orders against businesses who allegedly were using form contracts to impede honest customer reviews as well as proposed settlements.