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EWS Vehicle Services Division / them so tasting me. by letter

1 400 Skokie Blvd. Suite 105Northbrook, IL, United States Review updated:

I recently received a letter from this company offering an extended warranty on a vehicle that I don't own. I knew it was a.scam since it doesn't list the kind of vehicle or model that I was supposed to own.
The letter suggest that I contact them by calling [protected].
Please note that I don't own any kind of vehicle, and haven't owned one since 1987. I don't drive either!

Thank You,
Mark.Lumpkin

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Dec 12, 2018
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  • Mh
      16th of Jan, 2019
    0 Votes

    I just received by mail a letter from EWS informing my mother (who passed away in 2011) that she needs to extend her vehicle service warranty, offering a $200 savings, or the coverage would be cancelled. Car belonged to my father (who passed away in 2004), and was sold shortly after he passed, since mom never held a license. The number to call is 877-819-2205. There was no renewal premium amount listed on the notice; all premium amts. TBD. Not the first scam for her, since she was put under my address when she went into the nursing home. She would be 98 if still alive.

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