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Dealers rely on the Compliance Dashboard as a tool to help them monitor their Adverse Action, Risk Based Pricing, IDOne, and OFAC processes/procedures.

There are thousands of independent auto dealers in this country. Many of them are “Buy here, pay here,” many offer financing, and some simply want customers to cut them a check for their vehicles. In which category do you fall?

If you are logging into multiple RouteOne systems by entering a unique username and password for each dealership, there is an easier way! Your RouteOne User ID can be associated with more than one RouteOne dealership. This means that you only need to remember one set of credentials to access multiple stores!

After your User ID has been associated with multiple stores, you will need to select the dealership with which you wish to conduct business.

Running credit reports inside of the RouteOne platform can optimize your sales process. Consider streamlining your F&I process by managing all of your consumer credit applications, credit reports, and compliance activities within RouteOne.

Some of the benefits of credit bureau integration with RouteOne include:

What is a dealership management system and why should it connect to RouteOne? A dealership management system (DMS) is an information system created specifically for automotive dealerships to capture information relating to Sales, Parts, Service, Finance, and Administration. Integration between RouteOne and the DMS creates more efficiency within a dealership’s sales process.

The automotive lending community continues to be subject to increased regulatory scrutiny and enforcement, and there are no signs of this slowing in the near future. It’s the responsibility of every dealership to ensure their compliance with the laws – or risk expensive fines, penalties and increased analysis and inspection from the regulatory community.

The internet has revolutionized the way we conduct business.  While the evolution of technology has provided us with immeasurable value, it also comes at great risk.  As an industry-leading online provider of credit application and other supporting F&I tools, we share your deep commitment to security, and to safeguarding the critical customer information with which we have been entrusted.  As such, we’ve taken great care to build a secure system to provide you the peace of mind you need to conduct your business.  

The Dodd-Frank Act, which became effective July 21, 2011, requires dealers to place the credit bureau score and the credit bureau name on Adverse Action notices.

The Adverse Action notice available in RouteOne contains:

We all know that consumer credit plays a critical role in the auto sales business. Running a credit report as soon as possible on potential customers allows you to quickly assess the type of financing you will need to obtain for the customer, saving you time and energy later on.

Why RouteOne? We are a management tool that will help you to navigate the challenges you face. How can you optimize your business to be the most profitable? Take advantage of these eight easy steps: