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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Request assigned the 13th, I called them the 17th because I had not received a call or email from anyone. Gave me the name of their tech so I could call him. VM full and no name or business listed on the VM. I called Select again and got a rude man who told me he had spoken to this tech an hour ago and he was legit and I should just wait for him to call me. Since he was rude and unhelpful I asked to speak to a supervisor. He would not give me to one my issue was not big enough to get a supervisor. He finally transferred me to Robert who was helpful and got through to their contractor and promised me a call back. After seeing the reviews I'm pretty nervous anything will get fixed but willing to give it a try. You need more Robert's on your phone line and ditch the rude CSR not worth the negative feedback. The home warranty fills in valuable coverage where your homeowners insurance doesn't apply. To secure the best protection for your home and your budget, you need both homeowners insurance and a home warranty.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Take a moment to add up how much you have spent on auto insurance. If you have never used it, you might have been able to buy a car with the money, but it only takes one claim, one lawsuit, to make that 'expense' a worthy investment!Best wishes. You are talking about home warranty plans from years ago, things have changed in the last few years. They do not, I repeat DO NOT replace things anymore. They will part it and piece it together over and over again and at $60 a visit from a tech it adds up. I even upgraded to a premium plan. My furnace is over 20 years old, has been involved in a major lawsuit for leaking CO, and my warranty company refuses to replace it. When I asked them how much it would be to pay out if I just want to buy a new furnace myself, because hey, don't want the family and I to die from Carbon Monoxide poisoning in the middle of the night, they tell me the payout is $60. This for a part that I can't find for less than $250. We have small children, it is mid winter and currently we have been without a furnace now for a week and counting, while the warranty company continues to order parts and repair when we have had 3 separate HVAC pros recommend replacement, not to mention one of their own techs refused to work on this unit. Home warranties are a complete waste of money, unless you don't mind being nickeled and dimed to death and living with appliances that are continually dying, and lets not forget dangerous!I have documented all of this and if my family and I dies from CO poisoning, I have made sure my surviving family will sue my home warranty company.