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(217) 405-7723 is a Vehicle Warranty Robocall

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  • Transcript Hello? Hi. This is Alicia. How are you today? That's good. I am calling because we have sent you several notifications on extending your car warranty, but we haven't heard back. And this is one of the last courtesy calls to let you know that you can still keep your vehicle vehicle under coverage. So would you like to know more about your options? Lastly, can I get you over to a warranty specialist to go over the program options with you? Great. So it looks like we're going to be able to help you out today. Let me get one of our specialists on the line, and they're going to go over the program options with you. Please hold the line. Hold on. Thank you so much for holding. My name is Tabitha. I'm one of the authorized agents. Can you hear me? Okay, wonderful. Now, the reason you have been transferred to me, sir, is because your vehicle has passed the cut off point for full car coverage. Now, just to verify on this recorded line, have there been any fluid leaks or any mechanical problems that have been unreported with your vehicle recently? Sir, are you still there? Sir, we are here to assist you with placing coverage on your vehicle today. Okay, well, we would like to build for you to verify that year, make, and model of your vehicle, sir, so that we can place coverage. Do you know the year, make and model of your vehicle, sir? All right, if you know that, sir, what is going to be that information? Sir, do you not know the year, make, and model of your vehicle? I'm not going to be able to help you here today. Sir, it is yeah, and good. The only words that you know, sir, I'm not going to be able to help you here today unless you verify what the year, make, and model is of your vehicle here today. I hear you saying, yes, sir, but I still need to know what that year, make, and model of your vehicle is to be able to assist you here today. I cannot go over yes, good. And okay, listen, sir, you go and have yourself a blessed day. You're obviously not wanting to take this seriously. Bless yourself.
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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 2 weeks ago

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