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Putting a GPS device on your vehicle that you decide to lend your customer with there full consent isn't lying to that customer. That's being honest and upfront about how you do business.

I will put this interview on my site.


P.S. If you really care and want to educate your visitors, I suggest you put this interview on your site as well.

--- On Sat, 12/12/09, Andrew Kalinowski <> wrote:

IMHO it's a good business decision not to lend money to the customers who may want to deceive you. As for the privacy. Tracking anybody without his / her knowledge violates his / her privacy whether it is legal or not and whether You think it is justified or not. If you really want to be fair, just post this email on your website as the shortest interview you (possibly) ever got from a GPS maniac.

Andrew K.

--- On Sat, 12/12/09, Andrew Kalinowski <> wrote:


It does not violate the right of privacy especially if your company is lending money to help the consumer purchase the vehicle in the first place. It's simply a good business decision to place the device in an area of the vehicle where the consumer can't tear if off.


--- On Sat, 12/12/09, Andrew Kalinowski <> wrote:

I did read couple of the interviews and what strikes me is the question of hiding a GPS tracking device from a customer. I will definitely not have anything to do with it as; in my opinion, it violates the basic right to privacy. I don't care whether it is legal or not. I will just not have my hand in propagating a website which may advocate such a thing.


Andrew Kalinowski

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