Triad Service Contract Triage

If you got a Triad Vehicle Service Contract, we'd bet you probably got ripped off. Not just because the company is gone, perhaps, but because now all you get is the runaround on coverage. Maybe there's hope.

The Triad oepration has gone thru several evolutions, leaving consumers high and dry, trying to figure out what they can do. Triad Advantage isn't the first extended warranty company to give grief to consumers; we wrote about others not too long ago and others have too; you can check it out by clicking here.

Take a look at the front page of your service contract, about two inches from the bottom of the page. You'll see where it says "Contract obligor" followed by two boxes, one saying "selling dealer" and another saying "administrator." Look to see which one is checked. Whichever it is, that's who is primarily responsible under the service contract.

In many cases, the dealer box might be checked and if it is then your dealer is the one who owes you all legal obligations under the service contract. So if your dealer gives you the runaround or tries to blame it on Triad, don't put up with it. Show them the contract with the "Selling Dealer" box checked. If they still don't agree to cover you, then call us.

Don't put up with a car dealer who gives you the runaround because when the time runs out your legal rights run out too. Don't wait. Contact us now or call us 1-888-331-6422 Toll Free.

Helping you to get your money back is what we do for consumers every day.

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