I saw a commercial for stoprepairbills.com and inquired.
I left my phone number on stoprepairbills.com to get a quote from them. I figured if it was less then 1000 dollars for like 5 years maybe that would cover my transmission going, (cause I have a crappy car) so the lady called me back, she said she was a manager. Then after about 1 minute on the phone with her I realized that this was a scam. She went through the whole speel of having to go talk her to product manager to get me the best deal. Then she told me that I had to make a commitment, or my deal would not be good.
She told me that the warrranty was 2700 dollars. I said "thanks, thats all i needed to know" she said, "what do you mean?" in a very snotty voice. I explained to her that oney would take care of any auto damage I would have, so i dont need the warranty, she then said "well, what DO YOU think would be a good cost?" I was floored I could not believe a company was talking to me like this. I then said, "okay, thanks, have a good night" she did not say anything and then hung up on me. I cant imagine how i would be treated if I actually bought service and tried to file a claim!
They called me back from a number (1-800-436-3185) that was different then the number i called them with. When i looked up this number it was for a bunch of other extended car warranty services. and the complaints were exactly the same. All they want is my info, they are the same as the other recent scams.