SAVE the DATE:
June 4-8, 2017
Charlotte, North Carolina
NOTFEA is hosting their annual conference in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina June 4th-8th, 2017. We have an exciting conference shaping up!
The hotel was recently renovated and is AMAZING! It is right downtown and surrounded by sights you won't want to miss!
In order to make hotel reservations you will need to call the Marriott Charlotte City Center at 704-333-9000. Rooms are $188 a night. You must reference the group name of National Odometer & Title Fraud Enforcement Association OR the group reference #M5VLMNC3 to get the $188 room rate.
Please visit the Conference Tab (top of screen) and check out the hotel brochure link, obtain the registration form, and even become an exhibitor. We have limited space available for exhibitor booths. What a great opportunity to get your business directly in front of the NOTFEA attendees!
One of our premier guest speakers will be Phil Houston
Phil Houston is a nationally recognized authority on deception detection, critical interviewing, and elicitation. His 25-year career with the Central Intelligence Agency was highlighted by his service as a senior member of the Office of Security. In that capacity he conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations for the CIA and other federal agencies, both as an investigator and as a polygraph examiner. He is credited with developing a detection of deception methodology currently employed throughout the U.S. intelligence and federal law enforcement communities. The scope of Phil’s work has covered criminal activity, personnel security, and key national security matters, including counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism. The fact that many of his interviews were conducted in foreign countries, coupled with six years of residence overseas, has given him unique insight and extensive experience in dealing with foreign cultures, particularly in the Far East.Phil introduced the detection of deception methodology to the corporate world with the co-founding of Business Intelligence Advisors, where he served as Executive Vice President and worked with the company’s largest clients in the U.S. and abroad. The story of his success in creating a commercial application and market for the detection of deception methodology is featured in the recently published book, Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy by Politico reporter Eamon Javers.Phil holds a B.A. in Political Science from East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C.
Other Topics –
Self Defense Against Fraud
Not only will the conference provide some of the best training available it will also include fast! cars, North Carolina BBQ, and baseball! Now how could you miss that?!
See you in June!
The purpose of NOTFEA is to deter odometer, rebuilt/salvage, and other title fraud through: Promoting and encouraging cooperation and fostering a working relationship among law enforcement and consumer protection agencies, licensing and motor vehicle departments, the automotive industry (including manufactures, dealers, leasing companies, and auctions), and individuals interested in deterring such fraud by developing a network of those persons and organizations;
Training NOTFEA members and the public in the detection of altered and counterfeit titles; Developing and sharing investigative information and techniques, prosecutorial documents and techniques, and other educational materials among appropriate members; Monitoring legislation as well as industry and government policies that have an effect on such fraud; and Promoting public awareness of odometer and rebuilt/salvage fraud and its economic impact.
If you have fraud to report please use this link to find out how in your state.