Scams and Rip-Offs – Telemarketer Repeated Calls For An Extended Car Warranty

By Robert Voss

Last year my co-worker Mike Jones received a similar telemarketer calls for an extended car warranty. It seems like it won’t stop. Then I started getting robo calls for extended warranty, which had several spoofed phone numbers. The telemarketers are leaving repeated voice messages.

Here is the voice transcript of the phone call. [I wanted to give you one final courtesy call before your warranty expires and your coverage voided. This would make you financially responsible for all service repairs. Push 1 now to extend or re-instate your car’s warranty or Push 2 to be placed on the Do Not Call List. You can also call 833-304-1407.]

Next, the did some research on the phone number that they have provided a few people have filed a complaint with the FTC on this phone number. Do NOT call this number from 833-304-1407 because it is an unsafe. When you receive a telemarketing call they will usually announce their company name at the beginning and end of the call. Wow! They are a No Company Name Extended Warranty. So professional it sounds like a real scam. Don’t waste your time and money on this scammer.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has posted some information on their website about this scam. For more information please visit www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0054-auto-service-contracts-and-warranties

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