Car Warranty Robo Phone Calls Stopped by FTC Car Warranty Robo Calls Give Legit Extended Auto Warranty Industry Black Eye Car Warranty expired? Millions of Americans are grateful to FTC for putting a stop to those maddening unsolicited extended auto warranty calls. Legitimate car warranty companies are also celebrating. Is there anyone out there who hasn’t received one of those intensely annoying car warranty ‘robo-calls’ that warn consumers that their vehicle warranty is about to expire? Probably not since federal regulators say as many as 1 billion of these deceptive nuisance calls have been made in recent years. And, guess what is really amazing? Those billions of calls appear to have originated from just three companies! USA Today and the Associated Press have reported that FTC Chairman, Jon Leibowitz, called the extended car warranty scam ‘one of the most aggressive telemarketing schemes the agency has ever seen’. He added, ‘I’m not sure which is worse, the abusive telemarketing tactics of these companies, or the way they try to deceive people once they get them on the phone. Either way, we intend to shut them down.’ FTC Files Suit to Stop Illegal Robo Calls Pushing Vehicle Warranty Extensions Federal regulators have filed lawsuits against all three companies seeking the return of illegal profits, believed to be in the tens of millions of dollars, from the extended warranty telemarketing scams. Identifying the companies as Voice Touch & Network Foundations (FTC File No. 0823263) and
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