My phone rings several times a day to let me know my vehicle’s service warranty is about to expire.
Even though I don’t actually know what a vehicle service warranty is, or why it would expire, because my warranty on my car is through the place I bought my car, and it’s nowhere near expiring.
I am so over it. At this point, I don’t even answer my phone. I just wait and check my voicemails. It’s so frustrating to have to screen the calls on my cell, but that’s where I am with all of this.
Why Do I Get Phone Calls About My Car’s Warranty?
The short answer is, it’s a scam. Yes, they are offering a “warranty” of sorts on a car, but they aren’t really warranties, and they don’t really help with anything that goes wrong on your car.
It’s one of those things where they say they can fix things, but when it actually comes time to fix stuff, they send you through so many hoops and then find a loophole so they don’t have to do anything.
What Should I Do If I Get A Car Warranty Call?
If you really think your car’s warranty is about to expire, then you should call the place you bought your car from, and NOT respond in any way to the phone call or letter you receive about your car warranty in the mail.
You CAN add your phone number to the do not call list here. But, it takes a while to kick in, and since these are scammers anyway, they will probably ignore it.
So, yeah car warranty phone calls suck. And there isn’t a whole lot we can do. So for now we continue to ignore them.