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Rude and when I refused to provide CC info., I was cursed. I am tired of getting calls every day for two weeks. I am filing complaint with the national do not call center. https://www.donotcall.gov/ If I can find these folks in Orlando, I may cut their ears off.
ch47
 May 07th, 2009
Here's what I recently learned from a reliable source:

National Warranty Center is (at least partly) STAFFED BY RESIDENTS OF A LOCAL REHAB CENTER in Sanford, Florida. The work is called "job training" and it's not voluntary. I'd love to know the name of the rehab center and who's picking up the tab.

Anyone in a position to research this further??
6o8bel
 Apr 07th, 2009
I'm getting calls once a day from these jerks. And I don't even have the car to which they're referring!
Mark
 Mar 31st, 2009
Hello,

I am so sick of getting calls from these people. I tried to get as much info as I could From them and I couldn’t. They were arrogant, and hung up the phone. I am so sick of them that I do not know what to do. They have called me from the following numbers in the pat: 603-214-3340; 207-968-9876, 402-255-5029; 320-259-4099; 203-649-1218.

They told me that they were from the National Warranty Center

I am not sure what to do anymore. They call from various phone and are so rude!!!
Sonia
 Mar 30th, 2009
The usual prerecorded message that the car warranty is expiring, pressed 1 and I waited for the person to answer and tried to get an address from them (I told them that I needed to send a check) the address that they reluctantly game me was 127 Stanhope Plaza, Kings, New York 33125 - As you can see the address is in NY but the Zip code they gave me is in Miami. After googleing a little bit I came with the only 127 Stanhope in Kings.. 127 Stanhope St, Kings, New York 11221.

I hope this helps!! I want to get ris pf this scammers they call my cell anytime from 9AM to 10PM, there must be something we can do!!!!!!!
Pete
 Jul 29th, 2008
A post here states that Warranty Direct MAY be one of the companies involved. THIS IS NOT TRUE. Warranty Direct does NOT make unsolicited calls to consumers. The only way Warranty Direct would contact a consumer would be if they visited the web site and left their contact information. We are as disturbed about these calls as anyone.

Thank you,
R. Downs
Vice President
Warranty Direct
R. Downs
 Apr 23rd, 2008
The call I receive says:
"We recently mailed you a postcard to activate your extended warranty coverage. This courtesy call is your final notice that your vehicle will be removed..."

The call comes from a telemarketing company who I found to be working with Auto One (they claim to be based in Irvine, CA)
Their number is 1-800-930-2791.
They will tell you something different each time you call - just call back if you don't like what one person tells you.
-I'd recommend speaking authoritatively and letting them know you have called before, putting your number on the national do not call registry, and setting up an autodialer to call their 800 number every 20 seconds
drewbob
 Jan 20th, 2008
I'm so fed up with this company and I have enough data to sue. If you'd like to do something about these scammers, let me know! email is "helptoridscammers@gmail.com" which was set up purely for this purpose.
Kathryn
 Jan 10th, 2008
THESE PEOPLE CALL MORNING NOON AND NITE. I HAVE NEVER HAD ASNY DEALINGS WITH THESE PEOPLE NOR WOULD I EVER WANT TO. EVEN AFTER WEEKS OF NOT ANSWERING THE PHONE THEY CONTINUED TO CALL. THEN I DID ANSWER AND THEY HANG UP WITH NO CONVERSTION. WOULD LOVE TO KNOW HOW AND WHY THEY CAN GET PAST THE FEDERAL DO NOT CALL LIST WHICH MY NUMBER IS ON?
RON
 Jan 07th, 2008
These prople are calling from numbers with area codes across the country, almost like email spammers, and hiding who they are. Please search for "warranty" in the whocalled.us search box and see hundreds of reports. Same message, "YOUR WARRANTY IS ABOUT TO EXPIRE." Please post info you have. I get calls to my cell phone from them all the time now. We need to put a stop to them. There may be multiple companies with similar messages, or just a bunch of shell corporations. http://warrantydirect.com/ may be one of them. Interstate National Dealer Services, Inc. ( http://www.inds.com ) is the corporate parent.
Geoff
 Dec 29th, 2007
Greetings all. I did a honey pot on this caller not too long ago after they auto dialed an entire block of 100 DIDs. The correct number to call to speak with the person running the bot is 954-776-3790. The name of the company making the calls is Trans America Warranty.

I get a lot of calls from them, usually from 734-864-9680, 678-253-0250, 615-349-9445, and/or 609-948-0971. Hope this helps.
Anon
 Dec 22nd, 2007
On all previous calls, have been selecting option 1 to be removed from calling list to no avail. Today decided to go as far as possible. Took the call from "Auto Solutions". Asked for website. Was provided with
www.autoonewarranty.com. They claim to be located in Irvine, CA.
Butch
 Dec 05th, 2007
I too have been receiving calls from this number on my cell phone re: car warranty. I quit answering when I see this number but I'm tired of them calling!
LJ
 Nov 22nd, 2007
They don't leave messages, just hang-up calls. The area code is out of Tennessee. I am also on the www.donotcall.gov (National Do Not Call Registry) and will be reporting them!
Denise
 Nov 19th, 2007
Pre-recorded message about a vehicle manufacturer warranty about to expire and invitation for renewal. I wonder if this is a scam.
Max
 Nov 19th, 2007
They have called several times in the past month. At least once a week, sometimes twice.
We also have a 1986 car and no warranty that is about to expire.
Pressing 2 to be removed from call list gets another recording saying to leave your phone # and they will call you back.
When you press 1 and speak to a rep and tell her you want to be removed from their call list they hang up.
When you press 1 and speak to a rep and tell them you are interested, then ask about your existing warranty they hang up.
When you press 1 and speak to a rep and tell them you have a 1986 vehicle, they (you guessed it) hang up.
Calling the number back you get (of course) a recorded message but not about vehicle warranty stuff, but home mortgages.
We are registered with the Do Not Call Center (http://www.donotcall.gov) and we reported it today. The fine is $1000 per call.
Jim P
 Nov 16th, 2007
I just got the second call from this #. They call my cell phone. No caller ID just that it is originating from Tennessee. Recording about car warranty that's about to expire... little do they know that I just bought a brand new car! SPAM CALL
Anthi
 Nov 16th, 2007
Claimed to be from Fanny May
D
 Nov 15th, 2007
Car warranty crap. We don't even own cars.
spamcrusher
 Nov 13th, 2007
I received this call also. I also use VOIP with Vonage. I wonder if they are giving out the number???
cat
 Nov 13th, 2007
Received this on my Vonage phone. I don't answer if I don't see anything on the Caller ID. Caller ID info taken from Vonage Dashboard.
BC
 Nov 13th, 2007
I have 2 AT&T cell phones and have recieved this call on both. I, too, have old used cars. Wish they wouldn't burn up my minutes!
Kate
 Nov 12th, 2007
Got the call for the 2nd time today and it was just a recording talking about how my car warranty is expiring soon (I have an '86 so I think it's expired already) Totally spam.
Mark
 Nov 12th, 2007
got call sunday night. dont know them
coop
 Nov 12th, 2007
how can we get off this calling list?
gob
 Nov 09th, 2007
spam call
sdffds
 Nov 08th, 2007
Pre-recorded message about extending a vehicle warranty. Full of scary language like "this is the second notice" and "you don't want to be driving without a warranty"
Fred
 Nov 05th, 2007

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