Service Agreement Program Mail Scam

April 12th, 2021| Posted by admin
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If you want to be the first to discover the most infamous frauds every week, you can subscribe to the Scam Detector newsletter here. You will receive regular emails and we promise not to have spam. Finally, use the comment section below to unmask other scammers. Recently, I received a letter of guardianship in which my “factory guarantee” was out of date. The lack of information about the letter led me to believe that it was a scam. I`m sure I did my research, and this was just another attempt to steal unsophisticated car buyers who don`t know it better. Make sure you always do your research! If you decide to purchase a service contract through a reseller – and the contract is supported by an administrator or a third party – make sure that the merchant passes on your payment and that you will receive written confirmation. Some people discovered too late that the merchant was not transmitting their payment, so they no longer had coverage months after signing a contract. If you have reason to believe that your contract has not been implemented as agreed, contact your local or government consumer protection authority.

As it is – no guarantee. If you buy a car “as you see,” you will have to pay for all repairs, even if the car breaks on the way home from the dealership. However, if you purchase a dealer service contract within 90 days of the purchase of the used car, the government`s “implicit guarantees” may grant you additional rights. “You can follow the warranty company, but you can`t necessarily follow the agent,” Tobar said in an email. “That`s how he opens the door to these scams that come back.” Automotive service contracts are sold by automakers, car dealers and independent suppliers. If you are considering a service contract, shop around so you understand exactly what you`re buying. I had a deadline of January 11 (as yesterday), I finally took the time to call, because it was a long week. I didn`t think I was currently struggling with personal amm things and I found it strange that they have my information card on the phone. I think I was deceived and there is a down payment of 162 dollars and a few cents.

As I don`t have the money at the moment, they had planned payment (payment only) for the 18th Jan, my next payday. They already had all my information (I`m sure the dealer provided it when I bought the car) and they said they would send a booklet with all the information from this warranty and if something goes wrong with the soul, I could bring it to any dealership or KIA to do things at any cost.

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