So I recently bought a 2017 Kia Soul from a used car dealership after problems with my other car occurred several times. The soul now has about 42k miles on it. I received a letter in the mail about the warranty that says, “Our statements indicate that you have not contacted us to activate a car service contract for your VEHICLE. I just got a letter in which you tear up the three pages. And then I received two postcards and at the very top. It also had an expiration date for the final notification. I went straight online to do some research and see what I found. If you`re not sure about something. to explore it. For risk aversion, it would seem to pay for the extension of the manufacturer`s warranty (technically a renewed service contract), albeit for rest reasons. However, third-party companies that negotiate expanded guarantees are notoriously dubious – and often claim to be legitimate providers, that they are only proven to be fraudulent for months or years. Thank God for Google. I bought a used vehicle two weeks ago, I received postcards every day, and today I finally received a 3-day alert.
I just thought I should call, but all the cards together, not a double phone number. How are there so many warranties for a vehicle with 2 owners? Good practices to check when red flags are rising… Thank you all. In fact, what I am saying here is that these extended warranty decisions are ridiculous and predatory, and that they should probably be stopped immediately so that they do not mislead other people for their money. I know these messages are thrown away, but they are more effective than you think. Every two months, I get something in the mail that says “VEHICLE ALERT” and “IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED” and “OPEN IMMEDIATELY.” Well, that triggers an immediate alarm bell, because I think it could be a recall notification and therefore an immediate threat to my personal safety, because there is a new reminder on my car for a problem where it catches fire when I try to open the glove compartment. I say this because all the cars in the history of mankind seem right now to be remembered, including the Mondrovers. (“NHTSA RECALL NOTICE: Inappropriate placement of suspension components may affect the vehicle`s ability to drive.” If you received an SAP message via email, you can still qualify to enable expanded coverage. Our SAP service agreement program is a courtesy to inform you so that you can take the right steps.
I find different things online and I wondered if you knew anything about it, if it`s a scam or if I have to remind them to stop this before being loaded. The sender`s name is activating the SAP service and they gave me a customer service number that leads to Sky Auto Protection. Today I am writing to you as a consumer educator. In fact, every day I write to them, I am a most indecent consumer, because I have Comcast. But today I`m mostly pissed at something else: from expiry instructions to the official appearance. In a true extended warranty offer, the company lists the office of the dealer from which you purchased your car. The fraud letter with the car service notice does not contain such information. Second, even if the communication appears to be from a company such as Toyota, there is no concrete evidence that it is an official offer from the manufacturer.