AGAPE AUTO WARRANTY
United States - 85224
On 9/20/07 I paid Agape Auto Warranties for a 5 year extended warranty on my F250 4x4 truck. I have tried to call them before and didn't have much success. On 11/9/2010 I tried to contact them about replacing the steering gear in my truck which is covered according to my printed policy. The number I called doesn't work so I went on line to see if the company has new contact information and found nothing but complaints from other clients. I would be willing to file a class action suit against Agape and Mike Calozza. Please advise [protected], Devon Camilleri.
In Sept 2009 bought a Warranty from Michael Calozza. In Dec 2009 a claim was filed and AGAPE never responded to phone calls or e-mails. In Jan 2010 another claim was filed by phone calls and e-mails, with NO response from mike or the Warranty Claim number. This outfit is nothing but a FRAUD and SCAM to the public. Everyone should track his name MICHAEL CALOZZA as well as ED KNIGHTON who is also listed as a member of this business. They will appear in the future under another business name and bilk even more people as they have done with AGAPE. Anyone with any help please e-mail me at [protected]@comcast.net
Agape Auto Warranties…The owner has skipped town with your money.He took mine too.If your interested in filing any complaints with the AG’s in both Arizona and Nevada.I have been in touch with both AG’s they are waiting for your written complaints.I have contacted other ripped off customers too, there doing the same.You need to too!!If you contact me I’ll pass along all information I can to help.[protected]@yahoo.com
I called to get my heater core reapired that is under warranty to only find out the this company is no were to be found. It seem there phones and web sire are no longer working. I bought this warrant almost 2 years ago and every thing was fine and now it seems the company has just up and closed.
I purchased my vehicle warranty from Agape Auto Warranties on February 3, 2008. On January 8, 2010 I took my vehicle in for repairs. The dealer contacted American Guardian Warranty Services, Inc. (the company that Agape brokered). They told the dealer that my policy was not in the computer, our contract has a bogus agreement number on it. After contacting American Guardian myself, they told me Agape never set me up. I used the warranty right after I received it and there was some kind of problem, but Agape said they would just reimburse me after I paid the bill and they did. I didn't think anything was wrong because of them taking care of the original repair. I paid $1, 664.00 for this warranty, and still have 3 years on it. I ended up paying for the auto repairs myself. I would like to have information if there is a case action lawsuit. My email address is [protected]@aol.com.
This is my first time putting in claim for services covered by the extended warrany I purchase .IT took...