The N.C. Attorney General is warning people about car warranty extension offers. The N.C. Attorney General's office has been receiving about 30 calls per week from people who have received postcards in the mail or phone calls urging them to renew their car warranties before they expire. The notices sound urgent and are high-pressured sales pitches. The state says some victims have been told they have to make a down payment before they even can get information on the warranty. The N.C. Attorney General says check your warranty first. It may have expired long ago, tipping you off that extending a warranty would be a scam. Also, the N.C. Attorney General says get information on a warranty in writing before you hand over any money or financial information.
You can read the full release from he N.C. Attorney General's Office by clicking here.
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