(315) 377-2275 is a Vehicle Warranty Call
we've been trying to reach you concerning your car's extended warranty you should have received something in the mail about your car's extended warranty since we have not gotten a response we are giving you a final courtesy call before we close out your file press two to be removed and put on our do not call list press one to speak with someone about possibly extending or reinstating your car's warranty again press one to speak with a warranty specialist we're calling from Automotive
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What is this scam? How do I determine if this is a scam?
Vehicle warranty robocalls offer extended warranties for vehicles. Warranty scams may be entirely fake -- or they may provide little to no coverage for an absurdly high price. In general, be wary of vehicle warranties offered without a thorough inspection of your car. If they don't want to see your wheels before they add a warranty, you're probably dealing with a scammer. Humorously, vehicle warranty scams have been offered to people who don't even own cars. That's a sure-fire way to know you're talking to a scammer!