Car Warranty robocalls has become a serious problem. Operating on the edges of the law, many of these companies bother people at work and home making misleading promises about coverage and even who they are.
Operating on the edges of the law, many of these companies bother people at work and home making misleading promises about coverage and even who they are.
- What laws are violated?
Car warranty robocalls violate a number of laws. The Do Not Call List prohibits calls to cellphone or people on the do not call list. Additionally many of their sales pitches are deceptive.
- How can they get away with this?
Violating the law has been profitable for many warranty cold-calling companies. Some people complaint but do nothing and some complaint and then buy the product anyway.
- Is there any charge and have you resolved claims?
We have resolved a number of claims, and there is no charge to the consumer.
Sources and Links
Do Not Call List Overview
4. Related Articles
“Three companies have been ordered to stop making car warranty expiration warning “robocalls” and have seen their assets frozen, after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit over the calls last week. The FTC filed a federal lawsuit accusing the companies of “operating a massive telemarketing scheme that used random, pre-recorded phone calls to deceive consumers into thinking that their vehicle’s warranty is about to expire.” Car warranty Find Law
5. FTC Action and Car Warranty Harassment
The Federal Trade Commission which operates the Do Not Call registry (is working} to shut down the robo-call operations, though this is made difficult by the fact that the companies change names frequently and hire subcontractors to do the telemarketing. https://www.cars.com/articles/2009/05/feds-investigate-car-warranty-robo-calls/
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