- When the first rep heard Clovis' accent, he somewhat aped it himself.
- Clovis bragged about the amount of side-action he got in the back seat of the car
- Clovis also wondered what the rep meant by Board Underwriter. Clovis wondered how someone writes under a board and/or why the underwriter was so bored.
- The second rep had a little less patience. When Clovis said that the only leaking fluid issues he had was in his bed after a night of heavy drinking, the rep laughed, but it seemed forced.
- The rep put Clovis on hold the second he said that he doesn't need his engine covered because his car has no engine.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Fake Warranty Scammers Call Me
This is a pretty typical scam, and I think I've posted about it before. Someone calls you claiming that your car's warranty is about to expire and they offer to hook you back up for a nominal fee. Of course, they don't offer any real coverage and if you end up actually needing a repair, you'll find out that you've got no actual coverage. So, when these jokers called Clovis, he decided to have a little fun.