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#97 of 116 Re: Auto Warranty Liasions/Companies [joel0622]
Jan 02, 2008 (11:00 am)
Ah! But those stories are from customers! The owners of these bankrupt companies are vacationing in Monte Carlo, having arrived there on private jets.
Kinda like Check Cashing places-financially a bad idea for the repeat customer, but a very good idea for the owner. Warranty Gold's former CEOs aren't spritzing windshields in New York City, I'm sure.
#98 of 116 Re: Auto Warranty Liasions/Companies [jg161616]
Jan 07, 2008 (12:13 pm)
Why would you start up a company without even know squat about the business or how to get into it? How does your business model work? It is viable? I would think 2 months would be a lot less time than you would need to set this up from scratch?
#99 of 116 Re: Warranties 4 Wheels did the job for me! [audia8q]
Feb 13, 2008 (11:48 am)
It is 02/08. All my claims paid, and no problems. If you need a service contract go to http://www.warranties4wheels.com and see if they can help you out! They did a great job for me!
#103 of 116 Third Party Warrenties
Feb 15, 2008 (12:39 pm)
My apologies but as I live in an area where the internet support it dial-up on barbed wire it takes a very long time to search the huge database.
I am building my financial decision model for importing a 2008 Honda CRV LX all wheel drive into Canada. As everyone knows Honda will not honour the USA warranty.
Does anyone have experience with a third party company in Canada that I could buy to replace this Honda warranty. It would be good to know the company coordinates and costs if anyone is willing to share.
#105 of 116 Re: Auto Warranty Broker [hightorq]
Sep 20, 2008 (5:15 pm)
look...heres the deal. whether you buy the warranty from a dealership or an online broker its going to be marked up. these people are in business to make money. However, there are several companies that come and go and not pay claims. some online dealer i found to be a rip off is DirectVsc . Or www.directvsc.com. companies like this make it bad for everyone. they keep changing their web addresses so they look like dirrerent companies, but they are all the same. The sites are there to lure customers in, take their money and run. So, if you see an website over and over that doesnt change- thats your best bet for buying a warranty online. A company that you cant find on the better bussiness bureau, well- they are fly by night. dont buy from them. and by the way not all dealerships even sell manfacturer's warranties. you need to specifically ask that question. Many BIG dealers use 3rd party companies that sell in dealerships. They work with these companies because the costs are lower, meaning more margin in profits for them. And, the dealerships guess is as good as yours on the reliability factor of these 3rd party warranty companies. Check out the companies on BBB. For sure.