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Deal With Bad Customer Service on Social Media. Reaching a customer service representative is hard enough. Find the Part That Fits. Talk to Manufacturers. Consider Your Legal Options. Save Your Receipts.
You bought a car from a local dealership (tell them the name) The dealer sold you a bogus extended warranty. The repair shop says your warranty should cover the repair. The dealership is refusing to help you. You have records of everything and you're happy to share.
Damage from a natural disaster also voids your warranty, as the car's warranty only covers manufacturer's defects. Some examples of natural or environmental disasters that would void your car's warranty are earthquakes, fires, and hurricanes.
A vehicle warranty is like an insurance plan: If something goes wrong, you take the vehicle to the mechanic's shop for repair. If the problem is included under the warranty, then the repairs are paid foreven if your car needs thousands of dollars' worth of repair work.
You can cancel an extended warranty at any time and you'll get a prorated refund for the unused portion of your policy. If the warranty was included in your loan, your car payment won't drop, but you may pay off the car sooner after the refund is deducted from your balance.
If that fails, try complaining to the Better Business Bureau and to your state attorney general or consumer protection office. Send a demand letter threatening to take the company to small-claims court. If it's an expensive product, contact a consumer attorney.
Sue in Court A warranty is a contract. When your warranty company refuses to honor the terms of a warranty, you may have a claim for breach of contract. The amount allowed in small claims varies from state to state, but for most products, you can sue in small claims court.
If you're not familiar with the company, ask your local or state consumer protection office or Better Business Bureau if they have any complaints against the company. A warranty is only as good as the company that stands behind it. Save your receipt and file it with the warranty.
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