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Auto Finance Veteran Launches Windsor Remarketing

November 11, 2009

FORT WORTH, Texas — Windsor Remarketing has entered into the third-party servicing business, and is currently signing up clients who need to liquidate their repossessed vehicles.

Windsor Remarketing customizes streamlined remarketing solutions for auto lenders, banks, credit unions, dealer groups and investors. No matter their size or type of collateral, all clients enjoy convenient service and top-tier results.

The company offers auction communication, transportation of collateral to the most profitable market, reconditioning and repair recommendations, floor pricing, live in-person representation at auctions, online sales and quick transfer of auction proceeds.

Windsor Remarketing is owned and operated by President Scott France, a 25-year veteran of the auto finance industry and former executive at Triad Financial, AmeriCredit and Omni Financial Services. France’s management team has worked together for nearly a decade. They each bring more than two decades of experience in the industry.

“The auto finance world has endured a constant roller coaster of change during the past 20 or 30 years. But my team and I have always adapted successfully,” France says. “At Windsor Remarketing, we’re advancing that same mindset of ease and flexibility. We tailor our sales strategies to fit clients’ needs. No bureaucracy, no cutting corners — just expert remarketing to minimize losses and maximize recovery.”

More specifically, clients will be able to leverage Windsor Remarketing’s large scale, nationwide network of top-performing auctions, understanding of today’s used car market and vehicle values, certification program that increases auction yield, volume-based pricing at auction, advanced technology and software, efficient processes and procedures, and daily, interactive reporting.

For more information, call 877-294-6376 or e-mail

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