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I went with Warranty Direct, here's why: (archive)

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Posted by RyanAZ on September 13, 2001 at 18:47:21:

In Reply to: Extended warranty: company, price, good service? posted by jj on September 13, 2001 at 14:13:14:

I got a 7 yr 100,000 for around $1500, no deduct. I've had 3 claims so far for a total of approx. $600 and haven't had a problem. They are also letting me make payments on it. Didn't go with Warranty Gold because they make you wait 30 days AND 1000 miles until it goes into effect, Warranty Direct was immediately. I bought it the day before my factory warranty ran out, they were really cool about it. Here's an excerpt from a site on recreational vehicles and why they recommend Direct: (www.rvintel.com)
When it comes to whom to buy from, that's easy, too. We always recommend Warranty Direct.
Simply put, you can not find another company that has the combination of their financial strength,
proven track record of service, and coverage in the industry. Their parent company, Interstate National
Dealer Services, is publicly traded (NASDAQ symbol: ISTN), they have been in business over 20
years and have administered over 1 million warranties. They were named by Forbes Magazine as one
of the Top 200 Small Public Companies in America three years in a row. They offer an excellent basic
coverage, and a number of options that allow you to customize your coverage more to the type of
vehicle you have than anyone else in the industry. You won't be paying for items you don't need. Their
contract is simple to read, and doesn't have a lot of ambiguous items in there meant to confuse you.
You know they'll be there and you'll get what you paid for; and isn't that why you buy an extended
warranty in the first place?

Good luck.


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