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FREE AUTO LEADS, 15% OFF, AND UNLIMITED BDC ACCESS

Auto Leads for Dealers Dealerships joining our 24-hour bureau lead program before Thursday, June 1, 2017 get 500 free bankruptcy leads for every month on the program. This also includes 15% off the monthly lead price for the first three months and unlimited BDC support for setting more dealership appointments! This program targets active shoppers…

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The Numbers Don’t Lie: Automotive Lead Opportunities Available for Dealerships Targeting Open and Closed Bankruptcies

The American Bankruptcy Institute reported 107,918 non-commercial Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings for January and February 2017. U.S. filings increased 5 percent year-over-year in January. February consumer filings declined 10 percent. March statistics might just be a pivotal moment for 2017 filings. ABI Executive Director Samuel J. Gerdano predicts, “More financially distressed consumers…

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Automotive Special Finance Leads and Bankruptcy Leads on the Rise

Automotive special finance leads and bankruptcy leads are on the rise for car dealers, as reported by Epiq Systems. Consumer bankruptcy filings totaled 52,421 in January 2017, up from 49,733 (5 percent) from last January. Over 730,000 non-commercial bankruptcies were filed in 2016. States having the highest filing rates last month include: Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia,…

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Dealership Compliance, Fair Credit Reporting Act and Firm Offers of Credit

Dealership compliance should rank high priority because of federal laws and the impact it can have on profit. Here’s what we know. The fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is a federal law that regulates consumer information. It restricts access to sensitive information and how that information can be used. There are huge penalties for dealerships that…

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Three Reasons BHPH Dealers Should Target Open Bankruptcies

Your Buy-Here-Pay-Here (BHPH) dealership is already targeting credit-challenged automotive shoppers. Individuals having filed bankruptcy also face credit hurdles and are hot prospects to add to your lead generation strategy. Here are the top three reasons why BHPH dealers should begin targeting open bankruptcies before discharge: REASON 1: Build relationships with future automotive buyers Open bankruptcies…

Any Inventory is the Perfect Inventory When Targeting Automotive Subprime and Bankruptcy Leads

 Article by Wes Crumby (@WesCrumby | LinkedIn) It is common misconception that dealerships must have special inventory on their car lots in order to do special finance deals for car buyers classified as either subprime leads or bankruptcy leads. Dealerships should know that whatever your current used-car inventory is on your lot, you can find multiple lenders…

Caliber BK Redefines Industry Standard of Fresh Bankruptcy Data

Caliber BK Surpasses Automotive Industry Expectations with New Bankruptcy Streaming Solution that Improves Lead Times and Offers Freshest BK Data Available to Dealerships Michigan, USA – June/July 2014 Powered by Sub-Prime Dealer Services Caliber BK advances the bankruptcy lead process by delivering a new solution (called Online Client Book) for automotive dealerships that streams BK…

A Dealers Guide to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Automotive Bankruptcy Leads

 Article by Wes Crumby (@wescrumby | linkedin) There are several ways dealerships benefit from individuals filing for or having claimed bankruptcy. Customers that have recently filed or are in the process of doing so are some of the best leads for lenders and dealers. Here is what every dealership should know… In a chapter 7…

Automotive Leads Should Include Discharged Bankruptcy Filings

 Article by Jennifer Moore (@jenspds | Linkedin) Consumers just receiving bankruptcy (BK) dismissal are on the rebound to begin building their credit again. Frequently included in the rebuild process is the opportunity to buy another automobile. A few lenders, like the Credit Acceptance Corporation (CAC), want to work with these consumers to help them re-establish their financial foundation.…