Hey Billings, If You Receive this Piece of Mail Don’t Fall for It
Mail Can Be Deceiving
Whether it’s an email or an actual physical piece of mail, we must be looking carefully at all of it. A legit-looking piece of mail showed up at my house and I got excited because I thought the lienholder on my vehicle finally sent my title to Yellowstone County DMV... I thought it was my registration.
Waiting on my title from my lienholder in Wyoming for 4 months
I want my new Montana plates so badly. I’m getting a vanity license plate because it’s the cool thing Montanans do. 😊 But I have been playing phone tag, and email tag with the Credit Union and my plates need to be changed immediately before February 1. I’m on a time crunch now. And it’s making me nervous. I thought my registration finally came to my new home here in Billings. But it wasn’t my registration.
Annoying Automated Phone Calls
“I’m here to call you about your car’s extended warranty...”
We’ve all heard that one, right? I immediately hang up on these AI automated callers and it’s a TOTAL SCAM. These companies exist everywhere, and they make their mail look like a DMV registration reminder. The “warranty” company even put the correct county at the top to try to legitimize themselves.
Does anyone have the "Extended Warranty" on their vehicle?
Serious question here. Let me know if you do because I feel like it’s pointless. I take care of my car, get it tuned up when it needs it. The warranty seems like a waste of money to me. I guess people use warranties for leased cars. Check this mail out... it looks like a registration form doesn't it? See below.
Let me know your story regarding warranty scams. Have you or someone you know fallen for it??
Let me know by email: Mornings@billingsmix.com