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  • One does not even need to be an attorney to read and understand your excellent find/extraction of this fool's Gold.

  • So Jim, why would you sign the agreement with a clause like this????????????????????????

    Apparently All Dealer subscribers have/did.....................

  • So now we know what they did to the pooch!

  • Here is the questionable language in the Cars.com contract you probably signed that allows them the right to ship out and export your inventory to God knows where to websites with questionable reputations?

    4. Content. Customer grants Cars.com a perpetual, irrevocable, royalty-free, transferable, license to access, edit, store, enhance, modify, adapt, translate, copy, reproduce, distribute, transmit, broadcast, publish, perform and display publicly, prepare derivative works of, and otherwise use Content, and to sublicense such rights through multiple tiers. Cars.com reserves the right to modify the Sites and Products, and to edit or reject any Content or portion thereof from use on the Sites or Products in its sole discretion and without notice."

  • Oh how unfortunate it is that Dealers' overall do not have/pay astute Contract attorneys to provide this 'protection'. May not be as much protection as most contract attorney's do not realize when that language is utilized in the contract with 3rd party providers 'what' USE of the inventory implies.........

  • As a Dealer, if ATC and the others have a clause that is acknowledged by the 'Dealer' as being permissible to utilize as they see 'fit', then it is NOT then the Dealer's property. Dealer should have that retracted as  'permissible'.  Ignorance is now not being 'ignored'?

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