NJCUL’s ELT Op-Ed Sent to NJ Papers, Picked Up by the Cherry Hill Courier Post and Cape May County Herald

NJCUL President/CEO David Frankil recently penned an op-ed on New Jersey’s need for electronic lien and titling (ELT) legislation, especially in the wake of a recent auto lending scheme here in the Garden State that netted “well over half a million dollars” – and could’ve been avoided with electronic filing. The op-ed piece has been picked up by the Cherry Hill Courier Post and Cape May County Herald.

The Cherry Hill Courier Post published Frankil’s op-ed on Friday, July 21.

Look for the opinion piece also being published in the July 26th issue of the Cape May County Herald.