NJCUL’s ELT Op-Ed Sent to NJ Papers, Picked Up by Cape May County Herald

HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. – 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 opinion piece was published in the July 26th issue of the Cape May County Herald.

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