George Angus
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George Angus has been referred to as the "Father of F&I Menus" in various trade publications for his ground breaking work in introducing F&I Menu processes nationwide in the early 1990's.
As well as being one of the industry's most productive trainers, George's direct, hard hitting, and sometimes hilarious presentation of research, testing, program development and reality has become the favorite of automobile industry.
George’s background includes 17 years in retail automotive management positions. He left retail in 1994 and was part of the development team that created the concepts that popularized F&I Menus in the early '90's. Since then, George has trained thousands of F&I managers and his popular “Saturday Morning Messages to F&I Masters™” has over 8,000 subscribers.
You may have seen his articles in F&I Management and Technology magazine or seen him quoted in Automotive News and other trade publications. He is a recognized authority on F&I process development. He is a consultant to the leading F&I product corporations as well as automobile manufacturers. He was educated at Davenport College, University of Michigan and numerous industry trade schools. He now heads the Team One Group.

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At 9:03am on February 17, 2011, Jim Hotham said…
Thanks George
At 4:00pm on February 16, 2011, Jim Hotham said…



Is there a checklist you recommend for dealers for the forms or notices they need to have for customers in order to be Red Flag Compliant?? I am trying to make sure my dealerships are compliant, they currently provide customers with Privacy Notices, Risk Base, Adverse Action. Am I missing anything? Recommendations.




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