Dealer Services Corporation; DSC attack dogs are waiting for you.
The DSC attack dogs are waiting for you. If you are an unsuspecting small car dealer, be warned that the big bad wolf DSC attaches a UCC1 filing to your business to allow them to become thieves in the night and take your cars.
When DSC was the new kid on the block, they conspired with Automotive Finance Corporation (AFC) in a secret unpublished agreement that allowed each one to be the lead UCC1 bandit.
To avoid confusion, DSC and AFC hired the same law firms to do their dastardly deeds. It is no coincidence that DSC and AFC share MORRISON-FOERSTER and PRENOVOST, NORMANDIN, BERGH & DAWE. From where I come from, when two of the largest businesses in their industry conspire, it is called a monopoly.
Welcome to their world and take a walk on the dark side.
In the World of DSC
In the real world, when you take someone else's property it is called conversion/theft, in DSC's world they call it a UCC1 filing.
In the real world, when a finance company signs a secret agreement with their multimillion dollar competitor, it is called creating a monopoly; in DSC's world they call it a professional courtesy.
In the real world when a finance company charges >10% it is called usurious, in DSC's world they call it an everyday contract, one of 100,000 loans.
In the real world when a finance company operates without a license, it is called a felony; in DSC's
In the real world when a person lies under oath, it is called perjury; in DSC's world they call it testimony.
In the real world when a company pays $60,000 to become compliant it is called a penalty and admission of guilt; in DSC's world it is called an entrance fee paid to the Department of Corporation.