Report: #794454

Complaint Review: MasterTech Vehicle Protection Program - Miami Florida

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  • Reported By: Richard Ellis — Richmond Hill Georgia United States of America
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  • MasterTech Vehicle Protection Program 11222 Quail Roost Dr Miami, Florida United States of America

MasterTech Vehicle Protection Program American Financial Warranty Corporation Covered only the part that broke but not the damage that the broken part inflicted Miami, Florida

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Had the warranty for 2 months. 1000 miles away from home the alternator starts to go bad. Went to the dealership since that is what is required by the contract. There was an oil leak that had sprayed oil over everything but especially the alternator. Dealership calls MasterTech and they will pay to fix the oil leak, about $100, but not the other $800 worth of damage done by the leak. So I am stuck 1000 miles from home with a car that won't run and a company that took my money but won't fix my vehicle.
This report seems to be the only recourse I have, if even that will help. Not sure who listens to the customer any more.

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