Examinations by the OCCC – show them you are tuned in!

Examinations by the OCCC – show them you are tuned in!

by The CAB Man Texas on August 6, 2012

Over the last 7 months CAB’s in Texas have evolved from a non-regulated space into the new CAB environment.  The OCCC has implemented its new way of doing things and there have been a few surprises along the way.

As a licensed Credit Access Business who has committed to learning the laws and made it a priority to study the rules outlining compliance, you are well on your way.   Do you have 100% confidence in how you have implemented Credit Access Business rules in your stores?  Have you talked with other friendly competitors about how they interpret the rules?   If you did, you might know that a preliminary round of OCCC examinations was performed.  There was some industry “buzz” from those examinations that gave many of us more of an idea of what’s to be expected.  The OCCC has been great to work with so far, for example what many would call their visits to your store an “OCCC audit”, they call an “examination.”  Seems to like a softer and friendlier term…

A commitment to gaining knowledge, operating legally, operating fairly, and exchanging information with peers is key to building confidence and securitizing your business.   So, how exactly might that be done?  Contact CAB Consulting and Brokerage!  We have created plans for our clients that create a simple approach to OCCC compliance.  CAB Consulting and Brokerage’s relationships across also put it in an ideal position to communicate recent developments and pass the latest “buzz” to your business.

Show the OCCC that your Credit Access Business is tuned in when their examination of your business goes smoothly and without any surprises.  Be an ideal CAB and get informed – make the OCCC’s job easy!   Start by contacting CAB Consulting and Brokerage to discuss how we might be able to go to work for you.  Reach Michael Brown at 214-293-8676 or via email at michael@creditaccessbusiness.com.

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