As Inventor of Subprime Car Loans Exits, Critics Smell a Lemon

“In January [Foss] stepped down as chairman of Credit Acceptance Corp., the company he started in 1972 that pioneered extending auto loans to customers with rock-bottom credit scores or none at all. A month after he left, he sold a big chunk of his Credit Acceptance shares for $128 million.  The company didn’t say why Foss sold his shares and declined to comment. Foss didn’t respond to requests for comment.”

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