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#87 of 116 Royal Administrations Contract Is "Exclusionary Coverage"
Dec 07, 2007 (9:25 pm)
I am well aware of the coverage because I have been informed by the brokers who offered all 3 companies. I have seen the contracts and am VERY interested in obtaining the "Exclusionary Coverage" by Royal OEM. It lists out what is NOT covered, So if its not listed ITS COVERED....
#88 of 116 Re: Does any1 know a good, Dependable Extended Warranty provider? [ralphcast]
Dec 08, 2007 (8:36 am)
What kind of quotes have you been getting for the Factory plan on the Lincoln?
#89 of 116 I Have 2 different quotes 4 the Lincoln
Dec 08, 2007 (9:26 pm)
Well, 4 the Lincoln I have been offered Great Lakes Titanium Advantage and Royal Administrations "PVP" Premier... Why do you ask? Do you have any experience with the warranty game?
#90 of 116 Re: I Have 2 different quotes 4 the Lincoln [ralphcast]
Dec 09, 2007 (9:32 am)
I am not familiar with either of those companies but if you would like to shoot an email to the address in my profile with the particulars on the Lincoln (VIN, Miles, and your time/mileage requirements) I could give you some ideas on a Factory Plan. May not be less expensive then what you are looking at but you never know.
#91 of 116 Re: I Have 2 different quotes 4 the Lincoln [joel0622]
Dec 09, 2007 (5:09 pm)
Well I wouldnt want 2 give my VIN but Its a 2005 Lincoln Navigator with about 50k on the odometer. I would like 2 get the most coverage and longest term available. I was going 2 trade it in but my son really likes it and I think I'm going 2 let him have it. Thanks for your interest
#92 of 116 Re: I Have 2 different quotes 4 the Lincoln [ralphcast]
Dec 10, 2007 (11:14 am)
If you are getting warranty quotes with out supplying the VIN # be very careful. Leaves allot of room for mistakes.
Good luck in your search
#93 of 116 Auto Warranty Liasions/Companies
Dec 28, 2007 (1:58 am)
I'm starting an extended auto warranty company here in Southern California. I'm looking for a liasion to guide me through the process of setting up this business venture. Is there anyone out there to lend support? I'd like to have this business up and running by March 1st, 2008. I look forward to hearing from you...
#94 of 116 Re: Auto Warranty Liasions/Companies [jg161616]
Dec 28, 2007 (11:21 am)
You might start with a lawyer. California has some pretty strict laws regarding service contracts.
#95 of 116 Re: Auto Warranty Liasions/Companies [mitzij]
Dec 28, 2007 (11:34 am)
Thank you for the reply...I'm actually partnered with an attoney in this venture, so we're more than aware of the California consumer protection laws. Our focus will be nationwide, not specifically CA. What insurers would you recommend...American Guardian, GE Capital, JM&A?
#96 of 116 Re: Auto Warranty Liasions/Companies [jg161616]
Dec 28, 2007 (12:12 pm)
You are a brave man to venture into that field. This board is littered with stories of people who have lost money to AM warranty companies going broke.