Automotive Credit Disclosures

The Car Buyers' Bill of Rights requires all Minnesota and California dealers to deliver a state-specific disclosure notice to residents in those states whenever a credit report is ordered. As of July 1, 2006, California auto and RV dealers are required to deliver a Credit Score Disclosure notice to California residents whenever a credit report is ordered. And as of January 1, 2008, Minnesota dealers are required to deliver a Consumer Report Disclosure notice to Minnesota residents whenever a credit report is ordered.

State-Specific Disclosure Notices

As part of CoreLogic Credco’s ongoing commitment to ensuring compliance with State and Federal Law, these notices will automatically be provided with each credit report requested from CoreLogic Credco – free of charge!

Enhancements

While Minnesota provides only the Credit Report Disclosure notice, California includes the consumer’s credit score and bureau source. Both have been enhanced to include one signature and date line for individual credit reports, and two signature and date lines for joint credit reports.

Product Details

  • Required for California and Minnesota dealers
  • Automatically provided with every credit report – FREE!
  • Signatures and datelines for your business records
  • FCRA-certified, industry-trained service and support specialists

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