An Extended Warranty Warning From Tom Gill Chevrolet


Tom Gill Chevrolet in Florence, KY would like all of our customers to know about a malicious extend warranty scam that has been going around lately. Clients often receive false or unnecessary extended warranty expiration notices that do not come from our dealership, and they can lead to you paying for overpriced services you don’t need. Find out how to recognize bogus extended warranties and avoid being scammed out of your hard-earned money.

What is an Extended Warranty Scam?

An extended warranty scam is a predatory offer, usually issued not by a warranty company but rather by a broker or sales organization that is trying to get you to sign up for a warranty when you’re actually still covered. These off-brand warranties can cost an outrageous sum of money and provide you with little or no added coverage. These offers often come by phone, email, and direct mail.

How Can I Recognize a Fake Extended Warranty Offer?

If you purchased your vehicle from Tom Gill Chevrolet, you will be able to tell for certain if an extended warranty offer came from us because our name will be directly associated with the document. Also, if your current warranty is still good, it should raise a red flag this new warranty does not have your best interest in mind.

How Can Tom Gill Chevy Help Me Out?

Our team considers it our responsibility to give you the most service we can so you have as many happy years in your vehicle as possible. That’s why we will contact you by mail, email, or phone when you are approaching the end of your vehicle’s manufacturer or EasyCare warranty. During this conversation, we will mention both our name and the year, make, and model of your vehicle. At that point, you will have the opportunity to purchase a legitimate extended warranty from us or consider trading it in and purchasing a new vehicle.

Contact Tom Gill for More Information

Tom Gill Chevy is committed to providing you with excellent vehicles and quality coverage. If you still have questions about how to avoid getting scammed by a bogus extended warranty offers, or if you want more information about your current warranty coverage, feel free to contact us at (888) 800-2878.