Camping Worldaddons end of contract

We purchased a fifth wheel from Camper World, Draper, Utah . One in March of 2015. It was a 2007 Keystone Everest, The trailer was 9 years old, They added on a $2025.00 for fabric protection on a 9 year old trailer, really. They told us it was transferable to a different trailer if we sold it. Then they tacked on $1800.00 for tire protection, in case I got a flat tire while traveling. Really that's a lot of bad tires. Road side protection . Yeah. So by the time we were through with Good Sam and everything they had added on with a smile on there little faces a total of $ 5025.00. On the contract I know they did not fabric protector on it they didn't even sanitize the water system. After six months we decided to trade it in for a smaller trailer. A 2012 Keystone Laredo which was a 3 year old trailer, and charged me $2025.00 fabric protection, why would you put that on a 3 year old trailer I know they didn't do that ether I drove by the dealership the day before it was to be delivered it wasn't even moved from the spot it was at. This time I got charged $2100.00 for tire protection in case I got a flat tire. They charged me twice for the same coverage they told us was transferable so with Good Sam this one came to $5125.00 for a grand total of $10, 150.00 of worthless add ones I suggest everyone look at your paper work if you got leather couches you don't need fabric protection. Buyer beware they will cheat you with a smile

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