After a Boston area Uber driver purchased a car, he realized that the extended warranty was more expensive than he had originally thought. When cancelling the warranty also became expensive, the man contacted the volunteers at WBZ Call 4 Action.

The warranty’s cost, more than three thousand dollars, remained on the man’s loan after he made multiple requests to have it removed. Frustrated, he talked to WBZ Call 4 Action about his problems, and within a week had the money credited back to him.

The Massachusetts Attorney General urges anyone buying a car to make sure they’ve read and understand the warranty terms, including knowing the full cost and whether there are any deductibles.

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