Attention: All Toyota Purchasers
- Did you purchase an extended warranty or vehicle service agreement for your Toyota?
- Did you cancel the extended warranty or vehicle service agreement?
- Did you trade in your Toyota with an unexpired portion of the extended warranty or vehicle service agreement?
- If you did, you should have gotten a refund, but it might not be enough.
- You may be owed more.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, we'd like to hear from you.
Toyota Extended Warranties/Vehicle Service Agreements
For years, automobile manufacturers have offered extended warranty programs. These extended warranties (also called vehicle service agreements) are supposed to offer peace of mind and are transferable from one owner to another, usually through a private sale. Toyota, like other manufacturers, also permits the cancellation of these warranties or vehicle service agreements, but upon cancellation you, the owner, are supposed to receive a proper refund. Sometimes the refund calculations are not done properly and deprive the vehicle's owner of hundreds, perhaps a thousand dollars or even more.
You May be Entitled to a Refund
Have you purchased an extended automobile warranty or vehicle service agreement through Toyota? Did you cancel the extended warranty or vehicle service agreement? If so, you may have only have been refunded part of what you were owed at the time of cancellation. At the time you purchased your Toyota extended warranty or Toyota vehicle service agreement, you paid for additional security so you would be covered when your manufacturer's warranty expired. Upon ending the extended warranty or vehicle service agreement, you should have received a prorated portion of the unused portion, but some manufacturers have used tricks to make the calculation less than it should be. So, if you got a refund, let us know and we'll let you know if you could be entitled to more.
You May Get a Refund Even if You Used a Portion of the Toyota Warranty
Sometimes, owners cancel their Toyota extended warranties or terminate their Toyota vehicle service agreements before or after the original manufacturer's warranty expires. These can extend for one, two or even three years. You may have even paid for a greater amount of additional mileage under the warranty or vehicle service agreement, perhaps extending the warranty coverage to as much as 125,000 miles. Again, upon canceling the warranty or vehicle service agreement, you might not have gotten the right refund. We can help determine if you were the victim of an improper determination of your refund.
You might have been shortchanged by a considerable amount.
If you canceled the Extended Warranty or Vehicle Service Agreement and received less than the amount you paid for it, you may be owed more.
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