I've been reading over ALL of the comments posted, and I just had to share my story because MY experience has not been like ANY of these! I did receive a call saying the my Car Warranty was about to expire. I wasn't sure if it was so I took a number and told the Agent I would call them back.

I called my Dealer to see if my Manufacturer's Warranty was still in effect, and it was not. So, I called Safe Ride Warranty the next day to see what kind of policy I could purchase. Since my car is a 1995 Pontiac Grand Am, I could no longer purchase a Bumper2Bumper warranty....I had to buy the Powertrain Warranty. The policy and the prices sounded good so I bought it.

I've had the policy for about 8 months now, and I've had to use it once. About three weeks ago, my car stared it was missing the shift in the gears. I was able to drive it to the dealership, and got a diagnostic done. My world was almost turned UPSIDE DOWN when Pontiac told me the bill was $2736...almost $3000! The 2nd and 3rd gears were stripped...

I called Safe Ride Warranty immediately and explained what was happening. They directed me to the Claims department where I was able to file my claim. In three days, my car was fixed and my bill was paid---IN FULL! I didn't have $3000 to pay for my transmission, so I can only imagine what trouble I would have been in had i not been covered.

The customer service is friendly and helpful whenever I call with a question. I don't have any complaints..I just wanted to let everybody know about my PLEASANT EXPERIENCE.
 Jul 08th, 2009
I have gotten two calls from these people in the past month or so. I pressed one to tell them to take me off the call list. When I asked the first rep what company he was with, he hung up. The second rep told me that she was with this Auto Protection Center, which is the company's name. She was named Morgan and sounded African American, which would go along with the Georgia profile. I don't have caller ID, but when I *69 them, the number was untraceable. I imagine that she didn't do anything like take my number off a caller list. I think there is a machine that randomly calls, so they don't know what number you are with anyway. Consumer Protection Agencies need to be notified.
 Jun 03rd, 2008
Got an automated call from this number stating that it was "an important message from my credit card company". They wanted to get me a better interest rate on my card. When I hit one I was transfered to an agent who announced that he was with "Card Services in Atlanta, GA" even though his Caller ID is from Florida. He didn't know anything about me or what cards I had. He asked if I wanted to be put on their do not call list and I answered that I was already on the state of California do not call list. Sounds like a scam to get your personal information for ID theft, beware!
 Apr 23rd, 2008
I just got a call from this number. I let it go to voicemail and it was some sort of telemarketing.
 Apr 18th, 2008
I also recieved a call. after the salesman got my interest, he handed me off to a salesman. He gave a false 800 number, after telling me that I could start my extended waranty for only 595.00 and then only $229 per mnth for 12 months and then everthing on the car would be covered. He knew I had a 1990 suzuki side kick with only 66,000 miles on thecar.
He ssaid it was direct payer to any suzuki dealer in the country.
ed worcester
 Apr 18th, 2008
You need to go ahead and press 1 to find out who is behind the calls. When I did I started asking some questions to the "representative." I found out that the car warranty call came from this company: Auto Protection Center in Atlanta, Georgia. When I asked their telephone number, she hung up. I then Googled the company name and found that they are hiring telephone solicitors. The job ad gave this contact number and address: Contact: Heather/Ivonne/Dexter, Phone: 678-238-1352. When I called this number and began asking questions I did not think I was going to get any answers until I mentioned that I was talking to an agent and got
Larry Rouse
 Apr 17th, 2008