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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Warranty America — Scam and cheating
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I purchased on phone call from there salesman two auto warranties. One for our 1998 GMC SIERRA and one for our 2001 S10 chevy p/u on October 25, 2007. The 1998 Sierra we had paid the warranty in full 1764.00 it was a power train only warranty on that one. Bought a new 2008 HHR on March 31,
2008 called them told them I had traded in the truck for this and they asked me to fax the disclosure statement for the mileage and we did and sandra the business supervisor said after 60 days we would get a pro rated check back due to we had paid the warranty in full. I calculated from miles and time we had left easily we should have gotten back at least close to 1200.00. I have faxed, emailed, and phoned hundreds of times to these folks and all I get is the a voice mail and no response or the run around.
I finally called and demanded from there salesman got sandra and she tells me they never got a fax or email though I have actually talked to salesman answering there phones then they put you to there customer service which in turn you get the voice mail every time and no response. Well I finally supposedly get sandra the boss she tells me now also my s10 warranty was canceled on July 14 2008 and the contract says they have to give me notice if its canceled, and I had paid all my payments so far current including I had just paid a month ahead
For the august 21 payment, told her what she trying to scam on folks here! She also told me she would get back with me that day last week, of course as usual it was a hoax. So now I am researching on how to file a claim on them without having to leave the state of Alaska. Figure they owe us now nearly 2000.00 with both of my warranties now canceled. But whatever you do don't buy a auto warranty from there scammers.