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SPD EXTENDED WARRANTY / MISLEADING LETTER

1 300 NORTH TUCKERST LOUIS, MO, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 1-800-986-3609

July 23, 2009, I received a letter regarding a 2004 Silverado
and that I was 38 months overdue in having that vehicle serviced.
I was assigned a customer ID #09G003KVGN.
I HAVE NEVER OWNED SUCH A VEHICLE. I called the
800 # listed above a short time ago and asked to speak to
the individual who signed my letter - G. RARESH- AS
PROGRAM COORDINATOR. THE person on the phone- sorry
I did not write his name down-got a little short with me when
after he told me the person I asked for wasn't available said he
did not have time for games and asked how he could help me.
I told him they were playing games in sending me such a letter and
that I wanted to have some fun with games myself. I gave him my
Customer ID# and he said he would take my name off the list
and he didn't appreciated MY wasting his time!
In this age of rampant ID theft how can anyone send such
letters to people?

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  • Jo
      8th of Sep, 2010
    0 Votes

    I just got one letter now from G. Raresh!
    Program Headquarters (SPD) (what program I wonder? and SPD stands for Stupid People Dummies???)
    300 North Tucker
    St. Louis, MO 63101

    I bought a used car, and they must have noticed it, immediately offering a manufacturer warranty replacement program. Sorry scammers, I am not going to purchase a "warranty" from you. You will be out of business tomorrow, or make me utilize used parts in a possible repair, or claim my needed repair is not covered.

    The value of the letter is in the -hard-to-read light grey print on the back. How you can opt out of pre-screened offers! Read and use.

    Adios G. Rakesh. Hope you sleep well at night.

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