877-669-2971
ed
ed
2014-01-17 23:57:19
Unknown
Yes so i did i. Saying i was getting served. Any clue who these people are? . Something about check services
paul
paul
2014-01-10 22:29:32
Unknown
I goy a phone call from 1-877-669-0502. Does anyone know this number or have got a call from them? Thanks
Protos Heis
Protos Heis
2013-11-26 19:34:18
Unknown
Received an official looking notice stating a 2nd Attempt notice that my vehicle maintenance has or will expire.

I notice the mailer fails to say which MODEL of Honda I have, only the year and manufacturer. And in the lower right of the notice "This is an advertisement."

Joe
Joe
2013-10-17 22:08:05
Telemarketer
I've got 2 trucks, 3 cars so I get an extended warranty scam offer about once a month. And I've followed up and researched quite a few times to see how these scams work and what others have experienced. Here's my take on this one.

I got my letter today from "Motor Vehicle Services" which also had the name of OTRA Protection, 491 N Bluff St., Suite 303, St George, Utah 84770.  I Googled and found their website which list their various scams, I mean plans.  If you make the mistake of calling the number on the letter, they will try to sell you one of these plans which cost anywhere from $2,000-$4,000 dollars.  They claim they cover everything but consumables such as oil and filters.  They promise your money back if you cancel within 30 days. If you ask about the company to see if its legit or insist to see a copy of the contract, they will refer you to their website which looks slick.  They will ask for a down payment via your bank, credit card or debit card of $200-$500 and your OK to have them debit your account for payments.  If order a plan, they will debit your account and send it to your.  If you read the contract carefully, you will see that the chances of ever being reimbursed for a repair are near zero due to exclusions such as pre-existing conditions. Rip-off reports on these scammers shows that they will claim the part had a design or manufacturing flaw that caused it to fail.  Or, that the part just wore out and failed and since the wear began before the service contract, it was a pre-existing condition. No way will you ever get reimbursed even though you may have paid thousands for the contract.  If you try to cancel within the 30 days, they will give you the runaround and not give you your money back.  This company even has the gall to have fine print in their contract requiring you to pay $50 to cancel.

In short, these extended warranty offers are all TOTAL SCAMS. They all operate an almost identical scam with slight variations.  Companies that I have checked out involved in these scams in addition to this one are American Auto Shield, Auto Protection Alliance, Omni-Sure, Auto Service Center. There are many more.

The best thing to do is NEVER give them your credit card or bank data.  If you do get suckered, cancel it in writing getting proof of delivery such as certified mail or such. And file a dispute of the charge with your credit card company or bank immediately. Don't wait for the refund from the company to you because it will never come.

File a complaint with your State Attorney General.
AJ
AJ
2013-07-09 16:47:58
Unknown
Bought a used car last month, card showed up in the mail yesterday. No company name on the card. Just the phone number. Postage permit #236 Oceanside, CA. They knew it was a GM car of some type so they must be monitoring recent car registrations.It was URGENT I call IMMEDIATELY to replace the expiring manufacturers warranty.

NOT going to be calling the bozos. The FEDs shutdown most of the phone calls from the car warranty scammers so this is their 2nd act, the US mail.
Raider
Raider
2013-06-24 16:21:45
Unknown
These scum hide behind anonymity to attempt to rip people off.  If they had anything of value then they'd not be ashamed or afraid to reveal who they really are.  Unfortunately, all innocents must beware in this world we live in.  I'm sure they collect the names and addresses from public filings when we purchase cars.  This is what they must have done with me on my new car.  I didn't receive a call.  I received one of their "official" looking letters and it indicated it was sent from Sacramento CA.  Hopefully they will get what's due them in time.  Buyer beware.  Keep reporting these losers so we can all be more aware and help each other.
Tweetsy
Tweetsy
2012-10-27 20:38:57
Telemarketer
Who the heck sends these out and how do they get our names and addresses.  I just got one today "Final Notice"...well I never received a 1st notice, so right there is a tip-off that something is "fishy".  :-)
Ray
Ray
2012-08-09 18:17:53
Unknown
I got one of these letters in the mail also with the phone# 8772140344, I called it and they wanted my miles on my vehicle, they knew my name,my address, the year and make of my vehicle. How did they get all my information.
Lola
Lola
2012-07-05 13:23:08
Unknown
I received this scam notice stating that my factory warranty will expire on July 27, 2012.  The number listed to call is 877-669-2971. Beware - The VIP code # is also suspicious!!
TS
TS
2012-06-27 19:19:57
Unknown
Received a letter from Motor Vehicle Services Hyundai.
Pat
Pat
2012-06-20 20:09:49
Unknown
I work at an automobile dealership and we received one of these....it's a fake
Motor Vehicle Services Ford

Ford Motor Company did not send it to you.  It's some aftermarket warranty rip-off.  It doesn't even refer to a specific vehicle.
John
John
2012-06-20 14:11:37
Unknown
I also received a card in the mail with this phone number from "MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES TOYOTA".
Ricardo
Ricardo
2012-06-15 15:58:36
Unknown
We got an email frpm MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES NISSAN.
Catherine
Catherine
2012-06-14 22:08:21
Unknown
I received an official looking notice in the mail from "Motor Vehicle Services KIA" saying that the warranty on my car was expiring and told me to call 877-669-2971.  It's a scam so don't even bother calling.  I knew my warranty wasn't expiring anytime soon so it's definitely a fake.
Tom
Tom
2012-06-14 19:44:33
Unknown
I received a mailing from MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES NISSAN saying my factory warranty was expiring soon.  I knew it was not to expire until 6/2012 and did a google on the number.  It is as scam as many commentors note.  Don't get ripped off.  I have forwarded the mailing to Nissan's US office so they can seek action against these rip off artists.
Sylvia
Sylvia
2012-05-10 14:59:10
Unknown
I also got this notice that my warranty was expiring and had to call 877-669-2971 before May 18, 2012.  Nothing made any sense and when I started checking into it, I saw your complaint.  Thank you so much for your input and easing my mind about this official looking letter.
Jack
Jack
2012-01-10 02:10:31
Unknown
I am special!!  I got two notices, one an official type with phone number 877-214-0344 and a final notice card, phone number 877-669-2971.
Jerry
Jerry
2011-12-29 02:22:40
Unknown
I received what looked like an official U.S. government notice.
I tore off the edges (as with S.S. notices) and opened it.
It looked so official, as if from the government.
No name of the company anywhere on the form.
Notifying me that my car warranty has expired and I should get insurance.
I was given this number to call: 877-669-2971 and must do so before Jan 17, 2012.
A person who does not know better would call and buy this insurance.
This is fraud, making it look like a government notice.
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