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Old 07-01-2016, 11:13 AM   #15
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Be aware that Wholesale Warranties is a broker (agent) and not the actual insurer. The policy you get may differ from the one someone else bought, i.e. may have different terms and coverages.

They sell policies, and I think they also act as the claims agent for most of what they sell, but they are going to manage them to the terms of the policy YOU buy.

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Old 07-03-2016, 03:06 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by boyland View Post
Did a lot of quotes for our 2002 motorhome landed with goodsams they were slightly higher than another quote but honestly to save 300 per year in coverage i liked goodsams service over the years on other things from parks to road service. Just thought a little savings was not worth the learning a new company.
So we just bought the goodsams program just yesterday after comparing for a few weeks.
I chose the high deductible option i would never file a claim for something small. I would recommend comparing different amounts with deductibles i do not remember exactly but there was a point where the premium dropped dramatically. I also liked the fact that we are locked in for 3 years at the same rate per year. that is our opinion
Can I ask how much you paid? I have a 2003 Tiffin Allegro and they quoted me $5800 for ONE year. I keep thinking it was an error since it's more than 3 times what others have quoted.

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Old 07-03-2016, 10:35 PM   #17
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We bought ours through Good Sam and it was 1250.00 for the year, with a 1000.00 deductible. I figure for a real major issue, I would have some back up. Regards
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Old 07-04-2016, 11:24 AM   #18
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I called wholesale warranties several days ago.
Talk about high pressure.
He would not take no as an answer.
I finally had to hang up on the jerk.
Just for the High pressure aspect I for one would not deal with them.
Besides the quoted price I figured I could replace very appliance twice over.
Granted if I had engine or transmission problems than maybe but it was still a lot of money.
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Old 07-04-2016, 10:18 PM   #19
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Wow, my experience with them was completely different. Just called a few days ago and the young lady was so nice and helpful.
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We had Good Sam for 11 years on our '04 Itasca Horizon 40AD. Never had a problem and they sent an adjustor out just one time when we broke down in OKC, but he ok'd repairs after waiting a couple days for him to show!
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Old 07-05-2016, 07:13 AM   #21
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Looking at a $200 deductible on a 7yr extended warranty for a 2016 DP. The end price is 3 times more expensive with Good Sam. Approximately $6k quote from Wholesale Warranties versus $18k quote from Good Sam. Talking major difference.

And for the person who had a bad experience with Wholesale, that is a completely different experience than what I have had. The agent has been very helpful, not pushing at all.
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Originally Posted by HyOnLyph View Post
Can I ask how much you paid? I have a 2003 Tiffin Allegro and they quoted me $5800 for ONE year. I keep thinking it was an error since it's more than 3 times what others have quoted.
It was around 1300 for the standard but we did the extended seals portion total was about 1600
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Old 07-08-2016, 06:37 AM   #23
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goodsam vs wholesale

just got quotes from both on a 08 Winnebago Journey 39"DP Goodsam with $1000 ded was 1185.90, included Gaskets and Seals coverage WW does not offer a 1000 ded. their quote was $500 ded , 1803.30/yr
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I quoted Good Sam, Wholesale and Coach Net. For me I received what I thought better coverage at the lowest quote from Coach Net.
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Cost is important but I am truly concerned with level of service when the service is needed? Just want to make sure that when I finally do need the service I can feel comfortable that everything will be handled and I won't get "stuck in the middle" between the service provider and the warranty provider? I have not had any horror stories regarding Wholesale Warranty nor Good Sam, so based on price I am leaning toward Wholesale Warranty.

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