Compliance 101 – Stop Guessing Start Knowing Part Two Continued from Compliance 101 – Stop Guessing Start Knowing Part One Safe Harbor Privacy Notices Privacy, security, and safeguarding rules and regulations appear throughout a cash sale or credit transaction. If… Continue readingHow is your Regulatory Compliance Knowledge?
On October 27, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) revised the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) Safeguards Rule (“Revised Rule”) for the first time since the rule was issued in 2002. The Safeguards rule requires certain financial institutions to implement a written information security program (“ISP”) to protect consumer financial information as well as conduct periodic risk assessments to make sure the organization is abiding by strict protocols to protect this information.
For dealerships, fighting fraud is a never-ending battle. Software can aid in the process — but only so far. A tool forged from a partnership between Credit Bureau Connection and Experian claims to stop fraud before it happens, while preserving the evidence in case a bad deal clears the finance office.
If you use one of Credit Bureau Connections online web applications you may have noticed the wheelchair icon at the bottom right of the application. CBC recently implemented Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance on all online web apps. The… Continue readingAmericans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance
The latest statistics from the Federales suggest that at least one-quarter of Americans have been a victim of identity theft. That percentage would likely be higher if more victims were aware of it. Under the Federal Trade Commission’s Red Flags… Continue readingSales Compliance and the Red Flags Rut – by Gil Van Over