LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. — Recall Masters, Inc., a provider of automotive recall solutions, announced a partnership with Boost Acquisition, a data and technology developer that connects in-market vehicle sellers with potential buyers at online and franchise dealerships. With the inclusion of recall data, Boost Acquisition can now check for-sale-by-owner vehicles for unrepaired recalls, reach out to their owners, and schedule repair appointments with client dealerships. Recall repairs are at no cost to the vehicle owner as dealers work with the manufacturer for reimbursement.

Our client dealerships are amazed at the results and the quality of the customer interactions. 

“Franchise dealerships are currently searching for revenue and consumers are hesitant to spend. Boost Acquisition has a much-needed solution for both dealerships and vehicle owners. Millions of vehicles with dangerous recalls exchange hands every month, leaving unsuspecting vehicle shoppers in the dark, placing dealerships at risk for product liability lawsuits and forcing sellers to accept less-than-ideal vehicle valuation. Our partnership with Boost Acquisition closes that gap in knowledge,” explained Christopher Miller, CEO of Recall Masters. “They also go a step further by connecting vehicle owners with factory-authorized dealerships who can repair those vehicles at no cost to owners. We’re so proud to include Boost Acquisition among our impressive list of automotive industry clients who want to safeguard consumers from dangerous recalls,” Miller added.

The demand for used cars has dipped in the past few weeks due to shelter-in-place restrictions, requiring that owners attend to those recall repairs to get a more favorable selling price. With recall data integrated into its solution, Boost Acquisition can better serve both dealerships and consumers.

“The data Recall Masters provides helps us get these vehicle owners into the dealership at a customer acquisition rate not available through other means,” said Patrick J. Howell, CEO at Boost Acquisition. “Not only do dealerships see revenue from the factory for recall repairs, but the interaction with consumers is leading to additional service repairs and vehicle sales. It is not the original intent, but a pleasant byproduct of taking care of the customer during their moment of need. Our client dealerships are amazed at the results and the quality of the customer interactions.  More importantly, these experiences are exactly what consumers are desperately searching for.”

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Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today

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