The CARS certification program closes the window of legal liability for creditors and forwarders concerning their contracted repossession company service providers. The CARS certification program was written by licensed Florida educators with hands-on experience, in conjunction with Hudson Cook, LLP, one of the nation’s preeminent law firms in the area of consumer financial services. The CARS certification covers all state and federal law that impacts the self-help repossession process and it has been put to the test in a court of law proving the recovery agent acted lawfully. And, CARS is accepted by industry leading lenders and forwarders in all 50 states.
The Texas Certified Asset Recovery Specialist® (CARS) National Certification Program covers all of the course material within the National CARS Certification as well as important state-specific details for agents working within the State of Texas.
The course consists of fourteen (14) sections critical to operating in the repossession industry. This covers the following key subjects including;
- Updated and specific collateral recovery requirements and regulations within the State of Texas
- Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA)
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
- Unfair Deceptive or Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP)
- Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
- Uniform Commercial Code
- Breach of Peace
- Personal Property Handling
- Asset (Collateral) Recovery Process
- Skip Tracing
- Ethics and Communication
- Defensive Driving
- Tow Truck Operation
- Insurance Coverage’s critical to these operations.
- And much more
- And much more
All graduates of the Certified Asset Recovery Specialist® National Certification Program will receive a certificate of completion and be verifiable through the riscus.com/account/verifycars. Also available to graduates of the program is a digital badge with our trademarked logo and designation of Certified Asset Recovery Specialist® (CARS®) to use on company advertising and websites. To maintain your listing on the RISC website you will need to complete one CARS Continuing Education course annually. By completing the course you will maintain your CARS CE designation on the website.