If I could give this place negative stars, I would!
I purchased a vehicle from Browns Mazda a little over year ago. At the time of purchase, I also purchased both a service and maintenance warranty after being convinced by the finance person (Mr. Huang) that the warranty would cover the oil changes/tire rotations for the duration of my time with the vehicle. In addition, that I can go to most dealerships around the nation to receive these services. This is specifically important to me since I am an active duty service member and I travel multiple times during the year for temporary duties. About two and a half months ago, I contacted Fidelity Warranty services who informed me that the purchased warranty only covers 5 oil changes of which I only had 3 left since I had used two. I thought this had to be a mistake so I called the dealership and spoke to Mr Huang, who continued to reassure me that in fact I had limitless oil changes and Fidelity was making a mistake. He further explained that I needed to call them back and ask for them to send me a coupon book. Long story short - I did call Fidelity, they made no mistake and I was misled and misinformed to purchase a warranty. Why in the world would I purchase 5 oil changes for $590? That's almost $120/ oil change, double the cost for an average service. After having spoken to Fidelity for the second time that day, I walked in to Browns Mazda and canceled the warranty from the same individual that sold it to me. I assume full responsibility for my actions and allowing someone to take full advantage of my inexperience and ignorance.
By the time of cancellation, I had paid two thirds or more of the total quoted price. I understand there are several fees associated with the cancellation and the miles of the vehicle are also taken into consideration, however I am due a refund. I have been patiently waiting over 10 weeks for a refund I have yet to receive. I have made several calls, even visits to the business with no response. I've even sent the GM an email to no response. I'm disappointed that a company like Browns Mazda would provide such substandard customer service and relies on making sales by misleading their customers.
I advise everyone to exercise caution and common sense when dealing with these people. Don't be a victim; like me. If it seems to good to be true, it probably isn't.