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Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Mailing, a pink letter which comes in an envelope marked "Personal and Confidential - Open Immediately"

"This letter is to inform you that the property's home warranty, at [my address], secured by [actual name of my bank], may be expiring or may have already expired."

For folks who haven't heard about it, there are legitimate companies that sell home warranties to cover household repairs. NOTE THAT THIS SCAMMER IS NOT ONE OF THOSE LEGIT COMPANIES!

I didn't fall for this, and you shouldn't either. I looked into filing a consumer complaint but from what I read on my state's website, since I haven't actually done business with them, I have no standing to file a complaint against them.

I have filed a complaint with the FTC.

- KK
Massachusetts

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[Reply]   April 24, 2019

Caller name: awg home warranty division

Caller type: Unknown

Got letter saying my home warranty is expiring. Called number. Total scam. No address on letter just phone number. HAVE NEVER HAD HOME WARRANTY! How can I report this company without address?

- marcia
Nebraska

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[Reply]   January 16, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Sent to my elderly mother thought it was legit & called the # listed (1-855-549-2176). Joe (no last name) & another man kept pressuring my mom about an expiring Home Warranty Loan. Note she does NOT have such an account. They were trying to scare her by saying she needed this in case her furnace & other appliances broke or her house needed repairs. Wish ther was a way to really stop these scumbags!

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply]   March 1, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

It wasn't a call.I got a letter saying my home warranty is expiring or has already expired.I have no such warranty.This is a scam.

- Dave
Canada

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[Reply]   March 20, 2019

Caller type: Unknown

AWG Home Warranty Division. Wow, know the bank I have mortgage with? Phising scam I wish the government would stop these scammers for the good of all of us.

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   October 29, 2018

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Knew who had the mortgage on my house....

- Barbara Slawski
Connecticut

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[Reply]   March 6, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received a pink colored post card in the mail stating an IMMEDIATE RESPONSE REQUESTED. It mentioned that my "home warranty" had expired or was about to. I knew it was a scam from the start.. I have never had a home warranty. They listed the name of a bank that I had a past mortgage with, to make them appear familiar to me. They tell you to call 1-855-549-2176 by a certain date. DON'T FALL FOR THIS. The card is now shredded into itsy bitsy pieces sitting in my recycle bag. Btw - I never heard of a house having a "home warranty"... new lingo I guess to make it sound legit.

- consumer advocate
New York

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[Reply]   April 12, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This was a letter about an expiring home warranty. This is a fraud as we don't have a home warranty.

- Nota Oldfool
New Jersey

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[Reply]   May 21, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

received several post cards and letters. we don't answer unknown tel. numbers so they may have called too.

- Anonymous
Connecticut

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[Reply]   March 22, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

sent me a pink letter in mail said that my Home Warranty expired said I should activite an account going to deactivate the acct in the morning please shut this company down thanks

- Margaret Ehler
Massachusetts

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[Reply]   June 21, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

This scam was sent from AAG Reverse Mortgage.
The women was rude and kept saying I had to have it, what if something happened to furnace,hot water heater, air conditioner and I told her 4 times I have warrenty I take out every year with the gas company; and any other appliances I can replace. I just received another pink letter and I am going to tear it into little pieces.
My son who has his own business on wall street said don't worry about anything, he will take care of anything I need. The women said then she has to talk to him because he is power of attorney. I hung up on her. Under stand the reverse mortgage is great; but this is bad. I read all complaints and am glad I didn't fall for it.

- Sandy
Pennsylvania

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[Reply]   May 22, 2019

Caller type: Unknown

Received a letter from these people. Never heard of them

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   April 3, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Received the same pink letter. Letter says our eligibility would expire after 5 days. Who are they kidding? Definitely DO NOT CALL this number!

- Anonymous
Vermont

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[Reply]   May 24, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

have new furnace water heater with compnys warranty. and home insurance. when is the government going to nail these scammers. enough of us people are asking them too

- anonymous
Connecticut

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[Reply]   May 18, 2019
In response to: KK

Mailing, a pink letter which comes in an envelope marked "Personal and Confidential - Open Immediately"

"This letter is to inform you that the property's home warranty, at [my address], secured by [actual name of my bank], may be expiring or may have already expired."

For folks who haven't heard about it, there are legitimate companies that sell home warranties to cover household repairs. NOTE THAT THIS SCAMMER IS NOT ONE OF THOSE LEGIT COMPANIES!

I didn't fall for this, and you shouldn't either. I looked into filing a consumer complaint but from what I read on my state's website, since I haven't actually done business with them, I have no standing to file a complaint against them.

I have filed a complaint with the FTC.

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Agree with others comments...received fraudulent letter

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   May 1, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received a pink mailing stating my home warranty is expired. Call to renew. Several attempts to my home number as well. I have never done business with them & don't plan to. Feel bad for those that fell prey to this scam artist!

- Anonymous
Maine

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[Reply]   April 29, 2019
In response to: Scam detector

Received this pink colored sheet in the mail, just reading it you could tell that it was a scam. Just a telephone number to call, no address, telling me my home warranty was expiring, pretty good since I never had a home warranty. Envelope is marked 'Personal and Confidential' with a US Postage paid from St Louis, MO permit #5283. Don't fall for it, its just someone trying to separate some cash from your pocket.

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Just to ad to what I have already found out, these people are clever scammers, so, I reported them to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for further investigation and hopefully they will shut them down. They have the information available to locate them and by scamming individuals using the US Mail to commit these crimes are a federal crime. Hopefully the next thing for these individuals will be time in jail.

- Scam detector
Connecticut

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[Reply]   April 27, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

have new furnace water heater with compnys warranty. and home insurance. when is the government going to nail these scammers. enough of us people are asking them too

- anonymous
Connecticut

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[Reply]   May 18, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Received this pink colored sheet in the mail, just reading it you could tell that it was a scam. Just a telephone number to call, no address, telling me my home warranty was expiring, pretty good since I never had a home warranty. Envelope is marked 'Personal and Confidential' with a US Postage paid from St Louis, MO permit #5283. Don't fall for it, its just someone trying to separate some cash from your pocket.

- Scam detector
Connecticut

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[Reply]   April 26, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Political call

Noted as person as "someone" had to fold, stuff, mail and acquire a "PRSRT STD" US Postage Paid St. Louis, MO Permit #5283 envelope.

Scare tactic letter referencing home warranty expiration.

- Anonymous
New Jersey

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[Reply]   April 18, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Telemarketer

I was connect to a sales representative named Mia.
She presented a Home Warranty package for 3 yrs that would cost;
1st Option
$3,925 for the Quick Payment package (1st payment$595 & ($293 for 10 months))
2nd Option
$3,970 for the standard Payment package of (1st payment $295 & (245 for 15 months)).
I would cover all the pluming, appliances, Furnaces include A/C, & more and that any problems would be taken care of in 24 hours.

When I asked where the send the check Mia would give me only a PO box. When I asked for full address not a PO box they claimed they were not allowed to give it out for reasons of protecting employees. Mia said that they have subcontractors that do the work, but when I asked for a name of one of the subcontractors she wasn't allowed to give that information out.

THERE'S NO DOUBT THAT THIS IS A SCAM!!! CUSTOMERS BEWARE!!!

- Ralph Morland
Pennsylvania

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[Reply]   August 22, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

He said my home was old and we are too. He said we need this warranty because our loan company will not cover it. He was not listening and was rude. And he called me back when I hung up. I advised him do not call us anymore. Do not send anymore letters with our name or to this address. Just was rude and we don't deserve this treatment.

- Teresa W.
Tennessee

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[Reply]   August 15, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

HARRASSING

- Jim
Illinois

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[Reply]   August 15, 2019
In response to: consumer advocate

Received a pink colored post card in the mail stating an IMMEDIATE RESPONSE REQUESTED. It mentioned that my "home warranty" had expired or was about to. I knew it was a scam from the start.. I have never had a home warranty. They listed the name of a bank that I had a past mortgage with, to make them appear familiar to me. They tell you to call 1-855-549-2176 by a certain date. DON'T FALL FOR THIS. The card is now shredded into itsy bitsy pieces sitting in my recycle bag. Btw - I never heard of a house having a "home warranty"... new lingo I guess to make it sound legit.

Caller type: Unknown

AWG card came saying Washington Mutual warranty on house was expired or about to expire. Everybody should know your mortgage company does not put warranty on your house. Especially one you have not had for the last 15 years. Please do not fall for this especially elderly people. There are home warranties for a price but not through your bank or mortgage company.

- Pat
Texas

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[Reply]   August 12, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Hard core wouldn't take no for an answer. Until I told them was going to my bank about this. Take this deal or else tactics. If I have had this and it was expiring, why wasn't I informed before I spent all this money on new appliances

- Bob
Illinois

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[Reply]   August 2, 2019

Caller type: Unknown

scam

- Anonymous
Massachusetts

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[Reply]   August 1, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Mom has been stressing over this 'Pink' letter she received in the mail. Was wondering if someone put this in our box or if it came by mail? Either way, I thought it was 'Fake News'. SCAM !!!!!! I know our house looks like shite and never get nothing fixed. Downloading this page as a jpg file. Gonna show her this page (on the PlayStation 3) so she can read all the people's comments. To tell her she is not alone. Thank You!!!!!!!!! ;)

The Pet Shop Boys or Weird Al should do a parody of their song.
It's a Sin.

It's a... It's a... It's a... It's a SCAM ;)

- Will track you down and off your arse! :)
North Carolina

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[Reply]   July 16, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

It was a pink letter. These idiots scared my 80 year old mother. My dad passed away last February and she is still grieving. Something needs to be done with these scum bags.

- Sheila Powers
Georgia

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[Reply]   July 13, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Telemarketer

Get calls and mail from them in what seems like every other week.

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   July 3, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

This is the number that supposedly belongs to AWG which sent pink letter advising me (and it appears many others) that our warranty coverage was about to expire. I DON"T HAVE warranty coverage!
PLEASE STOP THESE SCAMMERS!!

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   July 3, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

TRIED TO PRESSURE ELDERLY MALE INTO OBTAINING HOME WARRANT..SCAM

- Anonymous
Illinois

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[Reply]   July 2, 2019
In response to: marcia

Got letter saying my home warranty is expiring. Called number. Total scam. No address on letter just phone number. HAVE NEVER HAD HOME WARRANTY! How can I report this company without address?

Caller type: Unknown

Yes, the info was very helpful. We receive these letters and it is helpful to be able to have a place to research the info or tel. # of letters we get. I have another letter stating to call 844-268-9821 and talk with a TFSB Representative and I can't find info on that #. These are letters with tel. #.

- Anna
Massachusetts

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[Reply]   June 18, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received a pink mailing stating my home warranty is expired. Call to renew. Several attempts to my home number as well. I have never done business with them & don't plan to. Feel bad for those that fell prey to this scam artist!

- Anonymous
Maine

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[Reply]   April 29, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received letter on pink paper claims my home warranty was expiring. They further state that they "reserve the right to revoke your eligibility for service coverage after 5 days." They request a callback to the number listed above. I've owned this home for 36 years and never had a warranty with AWG or anyone else.

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   October 14, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Since I don't answer robocalls, I don't know if the company has tried to call me in the past - but last year I received several 'pink notices' of my supposed expiring home warranty contract, which I did not have. Today I received another of those pink notices from AWG, again telling me my warranty was expiring. Since I have never had a home warranty, not last year, nor this year, I was quite sure it was a scam and just ignored the letters. Glad to have checked your site for the confirmation of my doubt.

- karen
Illinois

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[Reply]   October 8, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

They are also flooding my mailbox "immediate action" and "immediate response needed" letters. What a scam.

- Ben
New Jersey

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[Reply]   September 26, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Sears has been calling for over a month to offer a contract with AWG . warranty home service a threatening letter advising if i did not renew my warranty that they deserve to revoke eligibility service contract ( i have no contract with Sears or AWG. i tried calling no answer leave a msg another scam. I reported to Sears,AWG using my mortgage. How the h**l did they get this info. similar to the Auto warranty scams. never ending scams. Sears #'s 781 328 0065/339 234 5061. Do not answer

- Roberta
Rhode Island

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[Reply]   September 24, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Sears has been calling for over a month to offer a contract with AWG . warranty home service a threatening letter advising if i did not renew my warranty that they deserve to revoke eligibility service contract ( i have no contract with Sears or AWG. i tried calling no answer leave a msg another scam. I reported to Sears,AWG using my mortgage. How the h**l did they get this info. similar to the Auto warranty scams. never ending scams.

- Roberta
Rhode Island

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[Reply]   September 24, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

STOP WITH THE "IMMEDIATE RESPONSE REQUESTED" threats.

- Jim Bob
Texas

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[Reply]   September 16, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Received a pink envelop marked personal confidential dated August 26, 2019. Inside was a letter saying that the property at (my address) secured with L of C Federal Credit Union that my home warranty may be expiring or had already expired. Response to this notice requested. No address just mailed from St. Louis Mo. Call 1 800-916-3487. We reserve the right to revoke your eligibility for service coverage after 5 days,. Have never done business with this company

- Edward
Maryland

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[Reply]   September 5, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

I too got a similar letter from these scammers. I understood immediately that it was a way to rip you off. I never had a Home Warrranty coverage with anyone, and some information was totally wrong!.
I would like to know why they are not stopped by the FTC!! There are some elderly people who may get upset and think they must have this warranty, and in the end they will be robbed thousands of dollars! BIG SCAM!!

- sildel from New Jersey
New Jersey

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[Reply]   August 25, 2019
In response to: KK

Mailing, a pink letter which comes in an envelope marked "Personal and Confidential - Open Immediately"

"This letter is to inform you that the property's home warranty, at [my address], secured by [actual name of my bank], may be expiring or may have already expired."

For folks who haven't heard about it, there are legitimate companies that sell home warranties to cover household repairs. NOTE THAT THIS SCAMMER IS NOT ONE OF THOSE LEGIT COMPANIES!

I didn't fall for this, and you shouldn't either. I looked into filing a consumer complaint but from what I read on my state's website, since I haven't actually done business with them, I have no standing to file a complaint against them.

I have filed a complaint with the FTC.

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

The same thing happened with me today. They pretended I already had a warranty contract with them that was about to expire. I called them to see what this was about. They finally admitted I have no current contract, but they can give me a special deal. They are terrible communicators, talk over the potential customer, and are obviously scammers.

- Anonymous
Connecticut

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[Reply]   July 24, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received several calls, even after requesting they stop calling. Now received a pink letter as described by many here. ..eligibility revoked after 5 days, etc.

- Anon
Georgia

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[Reply]   November 12, 2019

Caller name: Awg Home Warranty Division

Caller type: Unknown

Pink letter through the mail dated oct. 23, 2019 with my address secured by father & son construction may be expiring or already had. I have never used this company. only got a phone number 1-855-559-7948. The gov. needs to stop phone calls and letter this is such a scam............

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   October 31, 2019

Caller type: Unknown

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- Obedient
Maryland

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[Reply]   October 23, 2019

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