(315) 228-9325 is a Vehicle Warranty Scam
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- Transcript Hello hi this is Kim I'm calling from dealer processing department regarding your vehicle warranty we send you a couple of notices and the mail letting you know that the warranty on your vehicles has expired or is set to expire and this is a courtesy call for you to renew the warranty would you like to hear our options about getting back under coverage.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 4 hours ago
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