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Old 04-06-2013, 02:50 PM   #1
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Has anyone heard of ACC Warranty for extended coverage?
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Old 04-07-2013, 05:35 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to the forum.

If you use our search function, you'll find a ton of discussion here http://www.irv2.com/forums/search.php?searchid=4226464

Best of luck.

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Old 04-23-2013, 05:29 AM   #3
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I have the same question. Nobody has any experiences with these folks?

I couldn't get the link to work.
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Old 04-23-2013, 05:40 AM   #4
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Much has already been written here about them - please SEARCH for 'ACC Warranty' and you will get lots of input. Hint: mostly not very positive!

Yeah, the link above doesn't work because the search parameters weren't stored along with the URL, so it is a search for [blank]
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Gary,
Thanks.

The price and brochure were convincing. But I trust the comments from the end users more than sales pitch.

I'll keep looking.
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:36 AM   #6
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Gary,
Thanks.

The price and brochure were convincing. But I trust the comments from the end users more than sales pitch.

I'll keep looking.
Try looking at Wholesale Warranties . net They seem to only deal with A rated companies, and will get you quotes within the parameters that you set. I had been very happy with the contract they had found for me in our previous rig. They seem to be able to significantly beat the prices that the dealers want for the same products,also. I've got no relationship or anything with them, just sharing my experience. Good Luck.
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I also used Wholesale Warranty and had a great experience and offered several options to choose from and make an informed decision. Ask for Steve.
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I used wholesale warranties....however thy sold me csi/allegiance. Had I known the PITA I would've endured for my current 2 1/2 month claim....I would've gone with another agency provided by WW. Wholesale Warranty is a great customer advocate and has definitely put a boot in the pants of Allegiance when needed.

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I used wholesale warranties....however thy sold me csi/allegiance. Had I known the PITA I would've endured for my current 2 1/2 month claim....I would've gone with another agency provided by WW. Wholesale Warranty is a great customer advocate and has definitely put a boot in the pants of Allegiance when needed.

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I am dealing with a claim with them also. They are a PITA from the standpoint they require the service provider to tear down the non-operational part and wait for word. If they deny the claim they will tell you within a few hours, approvals for some reason take a few weeks. I had to get Wholesale Warranties involved and had to go to a second repair place as I found out part of the problem was the owner where I took it was mot real cooperative and did nothing to prepare for the inspector, the items had not been removed from the coach and disassembled to see what failed. Crossing my fingers, and I now have to pay $75 for a second inspection. Depending on how this turns out, I may be cancelling it and going it on my own.
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Old 04-26-2013, 05:07 PM   #10
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Stay away from ACC. They are one of theworst sellers of repair plans. Although the web site says they have a good BBB rating that is a lie. They have a horrible rating.
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anyone heard of or know anything about route 66 warranty???
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I am dealing with a claim with them also. They are a PITA from the standpoint they require the service provider to tear down the non-operational part and wait for word. If they deny the claim they will tell you within a few hours, approvals for some reason take a few weeks. I had to get Wholesale Warranties involved and had to go to a second repair place as I found out part of the problem was the owner where I took it was mot real cooperative and did nothing to prepare for the inspector, the items had not been removed from the coach and disassembled to see what failed. Crossing
my fingers, and I now have to pay $75 for a second inspection. Depending on how this turns out, I may be cancelling it and going it on my own.
Ditto on everything you said.....SAME EXPERIENCE with CSI/allegiance
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