Report: #865279

Complaint Review: National Protection Service

  • Submitted: Sat, April 07, 2012
  • Updated: Sat, April 07, 2012
  • Reported By: Anonymous — Smyrna Tennessee United States of America
  • National Protection Service
    393 Mantoloking Road
    Brick, New Jersey
    United States of America

National Protection Service AKA Motor Vehicle Protection Corporation. Rep tried to conjole me into giving her my credit/debit card number to pay for suspicious vehicle warranty deal. Brick, New Jersey

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Received phone call at 12:14 p.m. on April 7, 2012.   Middle-aged woman, with a New Jersey accent, spoke to me over the phone to offer me a supposed one-time only deal to pay for an extented car warranty to provide complete coverage for my vehicle for the next 3 years.   

Woman told me about a couple of different payment plans that I could use to pay for the extended warranty.   One was for $124.80 for 15 monthly payments, with a down payment of $623.00.   The other payment option was for $134.06 for 16 monthly payments, with a down payment of $350.00.   She asked me my vehicle make & model, I told her that info.   She also asked for my mailing address, which I also gave.   Woman phone rep also told me her name was Janice.    I did not give any of that information to Janice until after she told me several times, "Sir, in order to find out what your warranty payment plan is, I need that information!" 

However, I informed Janice that I don't make the final financial decisions in my household, but that someone else does & that I would have to confer with that person about it.   She asked me if I was affiliated with a power of attorney.   That was when I got very suspicious about the call.   I told her that information as to who I consult with on financial decisions was private.   She repeatedly asked me if I consult my finances with a family member, financial representative, my bank, or, once again, a power of attorney!   A few minutes later, she demanded that I give her my credit or debit card number to make an immediate payment for either payment plan that she told me about earlier.   I repeated the same refrain to her that I don't make the final financial decisions in my household.   She then abruptly yelled, "This warranty deal is off!  You have a nice day, Sir!"  Then hung up.   Which I was glad she did.    Especially after reading some of the reports filed by various people on this website!    Obviously a big scam going around nationally!   I noticed the phone number had the area code of my state of residence, Tennessee, though the phone rep told me that she was calling from New Jersey!        
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