Testimonials

DARCARS Chevrolet: Gas Station Clerk Caught Stealing
Dealership personnel go the gas station with an open "fill-up" ticket for new car deliveries. We caught the gas station clerk adding money to these "fill-up" tickets after our employee would leave the station. He then would take the amount added to the ticket from the cash drawer for his own pocket charging this "new" amount to our account. Who knows how long this was going on before we signed up for GAS? GAS not only stopped this fraudulent activity, but it greatly reduced our monthly gas expenditures. Darcars Chevrolet, Lanham MD.

355 Toyota: Managers Put Extra Gas in Used Cars
After being on GAS we realized that our used car managers were putting $15 in every vehicle that went on a test drive. $15 for a typical 15 minute test drive. We question whether this $15 was really going into our gas tanks. Either way, we did change our policy and started saving money immediately. 355 Toyota, Rockville MD.

Volvo of Orange County: Porter Caught Stealing Gas
"After starting eDealership our gas bill dropped dramatically. Obvious our porters were filling up their own cars etc. One weekend a porter asked for a Purchase Order for a new front line car. He returned a receipt for $20 in gas to my salesmanager that day. On Monday morning I checked the vehicle and it was bone dry with only 4 miles on the odo.... Busted!!". Joel Dalbo, GM. Orange County, CA.

Jim Coleman Cadillac: PO History
"A few weeks ago, I was completing a gas fill for a delivery, when I noticed that there was a previous fill ticket completed 2 months prior. As we fill all new cars at PDI time, this was somewhat unusual. I checked the vehicle and found that it had 45 miles on the odometer, but had only 1/2 tank of gas. The PDI fill ticket indicated the proper amount for a full tank". Trey Rodgers, Sales Manager, Jim Coleman, Bethesda MD.

Garcia Automotive Group: Gasoline Approval System
"Like most dealerships, during the hard times we look even closer for the changes that will help to bolster the bottom line. Many pretenders, such as the DMS providers, CRM tools, and lead managers take a toll, both in terms of manpower and real dollars with little or no guarantee of enhanced returns. Of all our recent software endeavors, eDealership has come through like gang busters. It's easy to configure, easy to use, easy on the budget, and protects our 2nd most valuable resource. $$$" Eric Levinson, CTO Garcia Automotive Group, Albequerque NM.

Circle Auto Group: "...Important cost control...."
"We have been using edealership's Gasoline Approval System (GAS) for over two years. Our usage of the product has allowed us to monitor and control gasoline usage in all 4 dealerships we own. In a time of volatile gas price fluctuations, this is an important cost control asset for us. We saw an immediate noticeable decrease in our monthly gasoline expenditures simply by using a system that allowed us to see daily what cars gas was going into. The fact that our employees knew there was a monitoring system in place definitely was a factor in decreased usage. The secondary benefit is the amount of hours our accounting department has saved using the GAS tool. Prior to using eDealership, my office manager would spend hours at month end trying to reconcile gas tickets and allocate expense to the proper department. With edealership's accounting reports, month end is now an easy chore. As you can see, I am a big fan of eDealership.” Tom Croxton, GM, Circle Auto Group, California

Volvo of Orange County: GASAlert used to fire Volvo porter for stealing
"Just fired another porter for stealing gasoline. We setup a delivery and had another porter fill the car. The deal was put on hold for credit reasons. 2 days later with another desk manager the deal was approved. They then issued a second PO and gave it to the porter who supposedly was going to gas the car. He came back with a receipt for a full tank of gas even though the car was already full. He obviously put the gas in his own tank. We was fired after we received a gas alert telling us this car had gas added 2 times in 3 days.” Joel Dalbo, GM. Orange County, CA

VW of Garden Grove: Cant fill up a delivery twice!!
Sold a new car on Saturday late mgr on desk issued a voucher to fill the car up. He gave it to a porter who filled the car. Deal was delayed due to insurance problem. Customer came back to pick car up on Tuesday. Mgr on desk issued a second voucher to fill the car not knowing it was already filled and missing on the screen sayin it was done. Gave to another porter who was told to go fill up the car (already full) guess what? The porter came back with a gas recpt !! He was fired the next day. When asked why he put the gas in his own car (assumed) he had no answer.