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CAR WARRNTY SCAM

As yopu have probably noticed on tv there is a spokesman trying to get you into  a new /used car warranty. Just like  the home warranty scam the same can be said about the auto warranty. Oh they sure make it sound good but the amount of complaints with BBB and states atty. general offices paint a very diffrent picture. There are thousands of complaints against these companies mostly for denying payments even after approving them, sticking you with a huge bill. They do approve some claims but your chances of landing something is like tossing your money into a pyramid scheme. Try calling customer no service and you will talk to a person who will constantly redirect your call start swearing at you or have lousy connections and hang up. Let me explain something to you this company says they will cover cars going back to 1998 and up to 220 thousand miles !  Who are they trying to kid. The older the car the more problems will arise costing them boat loads of money they would be bankrupt in 6 months if they followed their ascinine claims.   IF you follow their promises    all you get is investment into their  retirement funds. . How ever there is some good news if you buy an extended  warranty from a dealer covered by GM Ford etc/ you covered without problems this tv garbage is a scam  STAY AWAY

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there are over 500 known scammers and that list is growing every day

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Why don't you list all the scammers?

 

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there are over 500 known scammers and that list is growing every day

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