Phone Scam Alert!

(929) 587-0683 is a Vehicle Warranty Robocall

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  • Transcript Hello? Ona? Hello? I'm looking for ona Bia. I'm sorry, sir, what do you say? This is Danny with American Auto, and we got notification that your warranty coverage has expired on your 2019 Honda CRB. Is this something you were aware of? Okay, because we may be able to get your vehicle back under covers. I just need to know, how many miles do you currently have on this vehicle? How many miles do you currently have on your vehicle? Sir, can you give me the mileage on your vehicle? Can you understand me? Hello? Hello?
  • Date Blocked
  • Call Activity Low Last detected 1 year ago

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