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CUDL announces iPhone app enhancements
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (5/17/11)--CUDL, the credit union auto lending network and vehicle shopping website administrator, has introduced two new features for its iPhone application. Apply for a Loan and Sell Your Ride have been added to the company’s AutoSMART iPhone App, which CUDL introduced to credit unions and their members in July 2010. The newly enhanced AutoSMART iPhone app was featured during CU Direct’s Lending Redefined Conference for credit unions last week in Newport Beach, Calif. The new Apply for a Loan feature provides credit unions with a mobile solution that helps retain member loan opportunities. Members can apply for an auto loan through their credit union from their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The feature is an extension of CUDL’s SMART Approval solution, through which credit unions can provide their members with an online pre-approval application and loan decision. The new Sell Your Ride element of the AutoSMART app allows members to post information about their personal vehicles--including automobiles, motorcycles, boats and personal watercraft and RVs for sale--to their credit union’s AutoSMART website via their iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Credit union members can post their vehicle’s information and photos to their credit union’s AutoSMART site’s “Private Party” vehicles section, using the site’s inventory program.


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