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The Warranty Group, Safe-Guard Extend Underwriting Agreement

January 14, 2014

CHICAGO — The Warranty Group has announced the extension of a multi-year agreement with Safe-Guard Products International. Under the agreement, The Warranty Group, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Virginia Surety Company Inc., will provide underwriting and actuarial services for the F&I products Safe-Guard Products provides to its strategic partners in the United States and Canada. These accounts include the most recognized automobile brands in the world, as well as several of the Top 125 national dealer groups in the United States, according to officials

"Safe-Guard Products is a long-standing partner of The Warranty Group," explained Justin Thomas, senior vice president for The Warranty Group. "This contract extension further strengthens the relationship between two industry leaders. We're pleased to continue supporting Safe-Guard Products' commitment to providing unparalleled service and the highest quality F&I products in the industry."

The Warranty Group has been providing underwriting and actuarial services to Safe-Guard Products in the United States and Canada for nearly 10 years.

"Extending our contract with The Warranty Group was an important part of our growth plan," said Randy Barkowitz, CEO of Safe-Guard Products International. "Our shared commitment to comprehensive protection solutions and exceptional customer service make The Warranty Group a preferred partner for our underwriting needs."

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