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  • Author: Ryangranado
  • Date: 07.7.2008
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07.7.2008

Continental Warranty - Complaints / Reviews / Scam Reports
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This is a Complaint / Review about Continental Warranty.


I filled an online add in order to receive some magazine subscriptions with some rock tickets I purchased. One of them was for and extended warranty for my truck. The next day or so I had received a call from them and was amazed by the total package that they were willing to give me.

Going against all that I felt, I gave in to the $245 investment up front; that was unconditionally refundable within the 45 day waiting period. Which I haven't received back yet more than a month after I waited the 15 days it took to initiate any eligible work, and the six to eight weeks of "processing time".

I called on the 19th day because my alternator went out which I was kind of happy about since my warranty had just kicked in. I took it to the shop and Con-Warranty said I haven't driven 1K miles that was "in the contract" (which they never told me about) and I was pissed to say the least. I bought the alternator my self and did all the work.

I have been at them for weeks to try to get my refund and with no avail I keep trying. They say it will come this week, then next week, then the week after...


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Complaint author: Ryangranado

Offender: Continental Warranty

Country: USA
State: All USA
Site: www.continentalwarranty.com

Category: Cars & Transport

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