- Report: #890596
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Complaint Review: First American Home Buyers Protection Corporation
First American Home Buyers Protection CorporationVan Nuys, CA 91410 Internet United States of America
First American Home Buyers Protection Corporation Inadequate and a Rip off Internet
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*Consumer Comment: Just FYI
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I am 99% sure they are trying to wait out my year warranty contract but I think its absurd to cause me this much trouble in the first of the twelve months. I will be renewing my policy and calling for every single minor/major problem I have. I moved into a home with the understanding they were fixing the air conditioner. I purchased a home warranty for them to KEEP it working. They have failed to hold up their end of the contract. They are a worthless company and the more I read on this company the more I am disgusted by them.
Nobody should have to go through this much trouble for a company to be responsible for their end of the contract. Not to mention all of the enjoyment I have lost from my new home, my recent marriage on May 25th, my home warming party, not being able to cook in my new kitchen or wash&dry cloths and have a VERY hard time sleeping in the MS heat. Leaving your windows open at night isn't very safe but it would be unbearable if we did not open windows.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/30/2012 01:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/First-American-Home-Buyers-Protection-Corporation/internet/First-American-Home-Buyers-Protection-Corporation-Inadequate-and-a-Rip-off-Internet-890596. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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