didn’t give one

I received an invoice in the mail from a nameless auto insurance company addressed to my elementary aged son to renew a lapsing warranty – Endurance – on his vehicle. Clearly, my child has no such warranty, so it was an easy scam to spot; however, the form itself looks professional and could be misleading to others. I also have serious concerns about how they got my child’s personal information as he is extremely young to be on any mailing lists. When you call in response to the ‘vehicle document/alert notice’ they will ask for your ‘vehicle code’ on the form. Then they begin asking for more personal information. I don’t know how far they go before they ask for money, as I was less than professional with them. But I’d be very surprised if you get a real warranty at the end of this line of questioning.On the form below, I have put my demographic information vs my son. My guess is that they didn’t even realize they had targeted someone so young and had received their information illegally.

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