National Protection Service Smyrna Tennessee

Complaint: Received phone call at 12:14 p.m. on April 7, 2012. Middle-aged woman, with a New Jersey accent, spoke to me over the phone to offer me a supposed one-time only deal to pay for an extented car warranty to provide complete coverage for my vehicle for the next 3 years. Woman told me about a couple of different payment plans that I could use to pay for the extended warranty. One was for $124.80 for 15 monthly payments, with a down payment of $623.00. The other payment option was for $134.06 for 16 monthly payments, with a down payment of $350.00. She asked me my vehicle make & model, I told her that info. She also asked for my mailing address, which I also gave. Woman phone rep also told me her name was Janice. I did not give any of that information to Janice until after she told me several times, “Sir

Tags: Auto Warranty

Address: in order to find out what your warranty payment plan is

Website: but that someone else does & that I would have to confer with that person about it. She asked me if I was affiliated with a power of attorney. That was when I got very suspicious about the call. I told her that information as to who I consult with on financial decisions was private. She repeatedly asked me if I consult my finances with a family member

Phone: I need that information!”” However

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