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Why should you do business with a Vehicle Service Contract Broker?
Our Service Contract Programs adhere to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Facts for Consumers. See www.ftc.gov We do not have any outstanding complaints with any consumer oriented and (or) governmental agencies.
Our rates are very competitive when program-to- program comparisons are made with both Auto Dealers and Internet Web sites.
We offer immediate coverage with No Waiting Period, for vehicles still under factory warranty, or those that pass visual inspection.
We will negotiate on your behalf , on any gray area claim disputes with provider administrators, on a case by case basis.
We do not "Bait and Switch."
You will always be offered the most comprehensive agreement for your vehicle the First Time Around.
If you prefer simpler coverage, a lower premium policy can be tailored to meet your needs.
The Auto Service Contract
A service contract is a promise to perform (or pay for) certain repairs or services. Sometimes called an "extended warranty," a service contract is not a warranty as defined by federal law. A service contract may be arranged at any time and always costs extra; a warranty comes with a new car and is included in the original price.
The separate and additional cost distinguishes a service contract from a warranty.
Massachusetts has been significant throughout American history. Plymouth was the second permanent English settlement in North America. Many of Massachusetts's towns were founded by colonists from England in the 1620s and 1630s. During the eighteenth century, Boston became known as the "Cradle of Liberty" for the agitation there that led to the American Revolution and the independence of the United States from Great Britain. It was also a center of the temperance movement and abolitionist activity before the American Civil War... (read more on Wikipedia about Massachusetts)