PSA for El Paso: Your Car Warranty Isn’t About to Expire
Lately, it seems like I am not the only one annoyed about wasting a few seconds answering an unnecessary call. Friends and co-workers of mine know exactly where I am going with this. I can't begin to tell you how annoying the warranty on your car's about to expire call truly is. I have lost count of how many times I get that call at work on not 1 but 3 different phone lines. I am pretty sure I am not alone here and you can also agree about sharing that very same annoying experience too. I know this because the other day I came across a tweet on Twitter that I felt on SO many levels. If my friends and co-workers are also familiar with the warranty expiring call then there has to be more in El Paso. You would think from the first call you received a long time ago should expire future calls, right? But no.
Most of the calls I have gotten about the car warranty expiring are usually on the phone lines at work. I honestly think they just dial random numbers because they called my mom's number and she doesn't even drive. It worries me because most people who fall victim to something like this usually are the elderly crowd. Sometimes other calls may seem fake but an auto warranty scam might be believable to some. Hopefully, no one falls for this auto warranty scam in the future. But on a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being not bad at all and 5 being the most annoying, how would you rate the auto warranty call? Leave your number in the poll below.