I can only call it a fraud, but maybe others won’t think like me. To clarify it: the selling of an extended warranty in the case of a car. When you buy a new car, the warranty is for two years. When you maintain your car nothing much happens, and it doesn’t need an extended warranty. Things start to go wrong once it crosses the one hundred thousand miles limit. Till then the car is okay.
Dealers and insurance agents try their best to rope you in for an extended warranty. Son had bought a new car, and an extended warranty a few years back. The car met an accident. His insurance tried to fix the car, but there were major issues with the car which didn’t get fixed. When he got in touch with the warranty people, they said they had nothing to do with it. In the end he sold it, and bought another one.
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