National Dealer Services

Laura – Aug 27, 2020

Victim Location 38017

Type of a scam Phishing

Received call from (as identified on phone) New Jersey 908 373-8327.

Doubting that pressing 2 would actually accomlish the desired do-not call again, pressed 1 for an agent. The agent identified his company as "National Dealer Services". When I repeated the business name to him and asked him to verify, he politely said "thank you" and hung up.ask to verify the company.

Trisha – Aug 19, 2020

Victim Location 15317

Type of a scam Worthless Problem-solving Service Scam

This company will not stop calling. Everyday 5 or 6 times a day. Tell them your on the do not call list and they just hang up.

With so many people complaining how can they keep doing it? They call from a spoof number so even keeping track doesn’t help.

I would like to take legal action against this company since my phone is used for business and it’s hard to tell when its them calling.

Somebody please put a stop to this.

Tony – Aug 07, 2020

Victim Location 85225

Type of a scam Phishing

I get this same message, exactly the same from different phone numbers. Most of the time it is blocked services I pay for but it gets through often. When I try to call the number back it is a fax line.

16022007818 Depositing new message Your policy from expiring. It will only take a few moments and I can transfer you to a coverage specialist now to update your file. Please press one to be transferred to a coverage specialist or press nine to be placed on our do not hi this is Cathy from National Dealer Services regarding your auto policy. We have sent you several notices in the mail and have not heard back from you. We are required to give you a final courtesy call to keep your policy from expiring. It will only take a few moments and I can transfer you to a coverage specialist now to update your file. Please press one to be transferred to a coverage specialist press nine to be placed on our do not hi this is Cathy from National Dealer Services regarding your auto policy. We have sent you several notices in the mail and have not heard back from you. We are required to give you a final courtesy call to keep your policy from expiring. It will only take a few moments and I can transfer you to a coverage specialist now to update your file. Please press one to be transferred to a coverage specialist press nine to be placed on our do not call rejected.. Click here: 14699825000 to listen to full voice message.

Sabrina – Aug 04, 2020

Victim Location 02482

Type of a scam Phishing

National Dealer Services calls my cell every day and attempts to get personal information under the auspice of an extended warranty on my "12 year old" car. I have asked repeatedly for them to take me off their list and every time I do they hang up abruptly and the calls keep coming.

Stephanie – Aug 03, 2020

Victim Location 06095

Type of a scam Phishing

Call is part of a scam. Prompted by robot to press a number to enter a phone call in regards to car insurance expiring. Downloaded a call blocker just to block all numbers since they’re the most common calls I get. Always leave voicemails with the robot continuing the pitch. One time it said the call was rejected and hung up. This is a robo-dialer for a fact. I’m willing to help take these guys down if I can assist in any way.

Deborah – Jun 26, 2020

Victim Location 32043

Type of a scam Other

For over a year I’ve gotten unsolicited calls from this company, most of the times when I’ve asked the name of the company they hang up, but today someone finally slipped up and said it. It’s almost always from a different number and the script is always the same. "The extended warranty on your vehicle is about to run out, please verify your information and get it extended." Only issue, my car doesn’t have a warranty….

Candace – Jun 25, 2020

Victim Location 48341

Type of a scam Phishing

I receive multiple calls from some company that (today) identified themselves as National Dealer Services. They constantly call with the automated message that my vehicle warranty is about to expire. When I press the prompt to get a real person, I am either hung up on (when I ask what company this is) or told off (one one occasion, a worker told me that "I didn’t need to know" what the company is and on another occasion a worker laughed at me and said it didn’t matter if I didn’t want to receive the phone calls as they would keep coming no matter what I do. I have placed my number on the National Do Not Call list and I still get these calls. They have called from numerous numbers: 248-907-0787, 248-425-1267, 248-417-0632, 248-242-3730, 231-821-3590. This is just a small sample of numbers they call from. Since January 2020, I have received multiple calls a month from them. It is harassment at this point! They need to be shut down and penalized.

Kara – Jun 04, 2020

Victim Location 30720

Type of a scam Other

Caller was trying to get credit card info and personal information. When confronted with identifying their location and information they hung up and i could not return call to the incoming number on my caller id.

Claudia – May 28, 2020

Victim Location 61704

Type of a scam Other

Receiving calls from random numbers for selling extended warranty for cars

Jaclyn – May 27, 2020

Victim Location 50309

Type of a scam Phishing

They call and call, they give you an option to be placed on a do not call list but they still call and call. they always hang up when I ask about the company information. Always someone with an India accent

Lori – May 18, 2020

Victim Location 53132

Type of a scam Other

They call me multiple times a week about my vehicles extended warranty and I say to put me on their do not call list, yet they still continue calling me.

Lee – Mar 26, 2020

Victim Location 02918

Type of a scam Phishing

This company keeps calling me (at least 25 times in the last few months) telling me that they have been trying to contact me repeatedly and now this is the last time I will be able to take advantage of their offer of extended vehicle protection on my car. I don’t even own my own car. Most of the times they call, I press the #2 response that asks to have my number deleted from their registry. A few times, I have spoken with a person and told them directly to remove my name immediate and complain that they have called me repeatedly even after my name is supposedly removed. Every single time, the person on the other end of the phone hands up on me. Each time they call me it is from a different telephone number and in a different state.

Julie – Mar 24, 2020

Victim Location 03103

Type of a scam Phishing

I get calls weekly from National Dealer Specialists saying my auto warranty has expired. Press 2 to be added to "no call list” press 1 to speak to a specialist. I’ve pressed 2 several times, but they keep calling, so now I press 1. They introduce themselves, today it was Ella, and ask the year, make and model of my vehicle. Today I asked why they keep calling when I’ve asked not be called and she just laughed, said thank you and hung up. In the past I’ve given bogus information and they hang up. I told a person a couple of times ago that I was going to report them, and they hung up. It’s a different number every time, but today it was, (575) 231-3200. I called back and spoke to someone and asked that I be taken off of their list. He said he would, but we’ll see…

Taryn – Mar 20, 2020

Victim Location 48857

Type of a scam Other

They tell you they are selling you an extended warranty for your car. They just want your credit card number. Do not give these people any info.

The initial recording speaks with (what sounds to me) like a regular American accent. They give you the option to opt out, but they still keep calling.

When I have talked to a person, they have a foreign accent. I’m not an expert on accents/dialects, but if I had to guess, I would say Middle-Eastern. Unlike other scam calls I get which usually have an Indian or Pakistani accent.

Jeffery – Mar 13, 2020

Victim Location 18702

Type of a scam Worthless Problem-solving Service Scam

I received a call from a phone call from a number within my state. These people call 5+ times a day from all sort of phone numbers in my state. After repeatedly asking to be put on the Do Not Call list I still get these calls. When I asked what the company name was the man gave me the name of a real company out of Tennessee. I asked if I had signed up for this personally and he replied yes. I then asked if there was a website I could visit and was immediately hung up on. I then called back the spam phone number. It was the number to an elementary school a few towns over. I googled the company name and called them. The woman from the real company explained that she receives calls asking about this scam often.

Paul – Mar 05, 2020

Victim Location 32807

Type of a scam Phishing

I have received several calls from this company trying to sell me an extended warranty for my car. I have tried to get put on their do-not-call list (pressing "2" according to their recording) but still get calls from them. The above phone number comes from my caller ID. However, agent (I did not note her name) had an Indian accent and advised that the company was located in Clearwater, FL. Neither of these things jibe with a 407 area code.

Luis – Mar 02, 2020

Victim Location 49301

Type of a scam Phishing

The caller’s name was Scott Ingraham (sp?). He attempted to sell an extended warranty over the phone for over three hundred dollars per month. When asked to give the address of his company, he stated that it’s listed on’s internet site (which is not true). After my repeated attempts to get the address, he ended the call.

Roger – Feb 25, 2020

Victim Location 71862

Type of a scam Phishing

A robocall from the number (724) 626-9850 offered my "last" opportunity for an extended car warranty. My number is on the Federal Do Not Call list, and I have never done business with National Dealer Services. When I asked the person for company contact information, he hung up. The number does not receive incoming calls. None of our vehicles would be eligible for an extended warranty because they are too old.

Abigail –

Victim Location 30338

Type of a scam Phishing

This person has called asking for my son who is 12 about an extended warranty on a car. When I told him my son did not have a car and was 12 years old and this was my cell number, he hung up abruptly.

Luke –

Victim Location 31320

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

This is a repeating robo-caller with a Hawaii Area Code, my girl friend gets similar calls from different 808 numbers. As I watched a news story about a man suing companies like this I accepted the call and started asking questions. The woman said their name was National Dealer Services and they are wanting to see if I want to extend my warranty when I actually have an old 2003 car with NO warranty. But when i asked where their company was located she immediately hung up. I called the number again and amazingly another woman answered the call named *** I asked her if i was calling National Dealer Services. She replied no this is the Kapiolani Medical Center’s Maternity supervisor. I informed her of the call and re-verified with her the phone # of 808-983-8405. She thanked me a lot for informing her of this call and said she would report it to the hospital security as well as probably the Honolulu Police Dept. I am originally from Hawai’i now retired in Georgia so this really concerns me that a scammer robo-caller has somehow piggy backed a legitimate hospital’s phone number. How will this affect a medical center’s operation etc. I can only assume the phone #808-758-8361? that my girl friend received a call from is another legitimate business’ phone being piggybacked. I will be calling that 2nd number today out of curiosity to find out.

Latoya –

Victim Location 52247

Type of a scam Other

Robocall, spoofed (local) number (tried to call back after they hung up). Get weekly phone call and a different number shows up. I do have my number registered on the National Do Not Call List. The number that shows up is always within my area code (319). Initial information requested was year make and model of vehicle (did not provide any information).

Pamela –

Victim Location 11725

Type of a scam Phishing

phishing for information regarding my car information, to sell me an extended warranty. This happens CONSTANTLY. From completely different numbers all over New York/Long Island areas.

Renee –

Victim Location 80909

Type of a scam Phishing

National Dealer Services called me from a spoofed phone number 719-221-1727, that’s flag number one. When I picked up the call their IVR system talks about my Extended Vehicle Warranty and states, "speak with rep press 1, put on do not call list press 3." Then it says it again with different numbers almost like a captcha to make sure they get a person who wants to talk to them, it says again, "put on a do not call list press 2, speak with a rep press 5." I opt to speak to a rep. I kept the phone on mute, the person who answered immediately said a scripted statement of, "please verify the make and model of your vehicle." She had an American accent so this group maynot be foreign. After she hung up because I had her on mute, I called the number on my caller ID 719-221-1727 and an unknown male voice picked up who knew nothing about the business.

Bonnie –

Victim Location 70663

Type of a scam Other

This is one of many numbers that call my phone daily telling me my car warranty has ended and trying to put me on the phone with a "specialist" to extend my car warranty, but have no idea what my name even is. Also, my car is in fact still under warranty. Big red flag. They use a different number every time and refuse to stop calling me.

Logan –

Victim Location 11205

Type of a scam Phishing

I continue to receive calls from people who claim to be representatives of "National Dealer Services" requesting information about my car warranty. The initial recording stated that my warranty was about to expire and that if I did not renew it – I would be left without auto insurance.

When I ask them to provide the information that they have on file for my confirmation (because I know this is a scam and I am calling their bluff) – they hang up.

I received a call on Wednesday January 8, 2020 @ 11:15 am from a phone number – (347) 562-2258. The representative stated that her name was Gayle, and when I asked her to provide the information for my confirmation, she hung up immediately and without dispute.

Derek –

Victim Location 59701

Type of a scam Phishing

I get several scam calls a day, almost every day. Many of them identify themselves as "National Dealer Services". Today I talked to Michael. When I told him that we’d wrecked the vehicle they were calling about and that we don’t have anything between the model years 2008 and 2019, he said, "Merry Christmas. Goodbye" and hung up. Usually they hang up without saying anything. Asking them to take me off their list does nothing, so I thought I’d just tell them that I don’t have a vehicle they’re interested in covering. That doesn’t seem to work either.

Tristan –

Victim Location 70744

Type of a scam Phishing

I am receiving unsolicited calls regarding auto warranties for months. The phone numbers were numbers from a near by city. Yesterday I received 6 calls. I have been just hanging up when they would call, but this morning I went along with the solicitation to see if I could get to a real person. When I got to a real person I asked them to remove my name from the call list. I was hung up on. 18 minutes later I received another call. I decided to call the number back. It was a regular person’s cell number, she is a school teacher, another was a student in college, another was a girl named Jessica. I told them that a company named National Dealer Services was using there cell numbers to solicit customers. The teacher said her husband is a police officer and would talk to him about it. The other two are going to contact the cell service providers.

Philip –

Victim Location 23505

Type of a scam Phishing

I keep receiving spam calls from a "National Dealer Services". I read a brief summary of their profile on the national website. Thought other people would be interested to know that the company is spoofing phone numbers. Strictly speaking, this constitutes fraud. They are using deception (pretending to be someone they are not) for the purpose of attempting to get consumers to part with something of value (money, in this case). What prompted this alert though, is the particular number they used this time. It popped on the caller ID here as US POSTAL SERVICE. I’m pretty sure the USPS would have a big problem with that. I understand that there is no current valid contact information on this outfit. I HATE spam calls, and especially so when they rig them to look like phone numbers that actually belong to innocent third parties. Next time, I’ll write the number down, but I don’t know if that will help, given that the numbers are never ones that actually belong to them. I tried politely to get a contact number, and received a hang-up instead.

Clayton –

Victim Location 08031

Type of a scam Phishing

calls me constantly about an extended warranty on my car.

Melanie –

Victim Location 73012

Type of a scam Phishing

Scammer called my cell phone about my car’s extended warranty (which I don’t have). I pushed 1 to be directed to a representative, and while I was waiting, the automated message said they were highly rated by the BBB. When a representative got on the phone, I asked again for the name of the business, she provided the same, then hung up on me.

Miranda –

Victim Location 77070

Type of a scam Phishing

Receiving phone calls on my personal cell and my work cell asking about my vehicle’s warranty expiring. I actually got to speak to a person finally and asked them who they were working for and she said National Dealer Services. Then I ask for her name and location and she said she can’t give me that information. I replied that she asked me for my vehicle information so I would like to know who I am speaking with and where they are calling me from. She then said have a nice day and hung up immediately. I am sick of these phone calls. I have a brand new vehicle with an extended warranty up to 72 months. No need to be wasting my time with this scam.

Terrance –

Victim Location 49525

Type of a scam Other

I have had so many calls from this company about my "extended car warrenty" I get multiple calls per day. There is a selection on the prompt to be added to the Do not call list. However, they have continued to call for months if not years after I have made this selection. They call from phone numbers that are located all over the country.

Most recently, I have waited through the prompts so that I can speak to someone. I have asked several individuals to stop calling me and that I have requested to be removed from their list several times. I am still getting harrasing phone calls regularly. When will it ever end???? Please help!

Autumn –

Victim Location 97741

Type of a scam Phishing

I receive many phone calls from these people trying to sell me a warranty for a car. I played with the buttons and it took me to a hold to speak to someone in person. They say they’re approved by the BBB. As soon as someone answered I tried telling them not to call me and she hung up before I could finish a sentence.

Joshua –

Victim Location 37055

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

They just asked if I wanted to purchave an extended warrenty on my vehicle. That I needed to verify the make and model. They also gave you an option to be placed on the do not call list but that doesn’t matter since they call from a different number every time.

Jacob –

Victim Location 60110

Type of a scam Other

I was put on the do not call list and they call me about 10 times a day everyday. I tried to talk to the lady on the line today about why I am still getting calls she said “bitch I don’t know” and hung up. I’m not sure what they are even trying to get but a respectable business would not excessively call me everyday !!!!

Timothy –

Victim Location 76008

Type of a scam Phishing

I get up to five calls a day from a phone number which appears to be from my hometown, which is a red flag because it is a very small town. They tell me my car warranty is about to expire which is a falsehood because I have no warranty as my car is very dated. If I begin asking any questions about their business and/or employer I am met with a quick hang up or brief hostility then I am hung up on.

Keri –

Victim Location 73072

Type of a scam Phishing

National Dealer Services will not stop calling my phone. I have pressed the automated number to be removed from their call list on multiple occasions only to be called repeatedly. I have pressed to speak with a customer service representative in person and have requested to be placed on their do not call list repeatedly. They simply hang up when I say to be removed.

Alexander –

Victim Location 75065

Type of a scam Phishing

An automated message will tell you your vehicle may qualify for an extended warranty and that they’ve been trying to contact you. It states this is the last offer/call and asks if you want to talk to a rep or be taken off the list. If you choose to be taken off the list it automatically disconnects. You are NEVER taken off the "list". If you choose to speak with a representative the rep cannot tell you anything about the vehicle that "may qualify for an extended warranty" without first taking your information. I asked if they could verify which vehicle would qualify and if he could use my phone number to look up my information. He said he could not and that although he had my phone number and the automated-dialer CALLED ME he couldn’t tell me which car the "extended warranty" would apply to. As I continued to ask additional questions the rep hung up on me.

THIS IS CLEARLY A PHISHING SCAM. Do not give these people any of your information. PLEASE REPORT THIS to the appropriate authorities because these people are scamming!

Ernest –

Victim Location 76301

Type of a scam Phishing

Called asking me the make and model of vehicle. When ask for a phone number, the man said it was on caller id. When I told him there was no caller id and I would like the number, he said he was quality control and he needed my auto info to see if I qualified before I could get any other information.

I asked several times for his number before he hung up on me.

Mario –

Victim Location 31419

Type of a scam Other

Numerous soliciting of a car warranty. They say your warranty is about to expire and that this is the final notice. They try to get your card information to make you pay for a fake car warranty plan.

Ramon –

Victim Location 48808

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

multiple phone calls. I asked to be removed several times and I was hung up on. getting several calls a day

Kristy –

Victim Location 43074

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

I’ve received multiple calls from National Dealer Services. I’ve asked to be put on their do not contact list. Now they call from multiple different numbers and cuss, swear and use racial slurs.

Maurice –

Victim Location 81521

Type of a scam Other

These people call 3 to 5 times a day, when you block their number it cycles to a different "from" number. When you challenge them, they hang up on you.

Lawrence –

Victim Location 44143

Type of a scam Other

For the last 3 years I have been receiving phone calls concerning my vehicle warranty coverage that is about to expire. This company calls my cell phone numerous times a day. This will go on for about a month and then I will not hear from them for a few months, then it starts again. I am on the national DNC list and I have chosen their option to put me on their DNC list. I have asked to speak with a supervisor, the person calling that day (I have had males and females calling) simply hang up. I have been cursed at and yelled at by these people. The worst part, I don’t even own a vehicle. How does my warranty expire when I haven’t owned a vehicle in 10 years?

Michael –

Victim Location 15057

Type of a scam Phishing

They keep calling and telling me that my warranty is expired on my vehicle. I have an extended warranty through the manufacturer. I have asked them several times to put me on the do not call list. No such luck and the sales person this last time told me he will not stop calling because he is getting paid to.

Armando –

Victim Location 53090

Type of a scam Other

I received numerous calls stating my auto warranty was expired or expiring. It starts with a recording with an option to remove you number from their call list (which doesn’t work). I spoke to several representatives requesting to be removed but get hung up on every time and continue receiving calls sometimes several times a day. I never gave information but I’m sure they would have tried to get payment information if I allowed them to do their sales pitch.

Jonathon –

Victim Location 24017

Type of a scam Phishing

I have been asked to be put on the do not call list and they keep calling me from different numbers.

Sergio –

Victim Location 60538

Type of a scam Debt Collections

Number calls multiple times saying I haven’t renewed my services for my Chevy equinox. I don’t/have never owed a Chevy equinox. Asked them to stop calling. They call everyday and hang up on me when I ask them to remove my number.

Summer –

Victim Location 54459

Type of a scam Other

We received several postal mailings and a phone call from National Dealer Services saying that our extended car warranty (which we had just purchased through our local dealer) had expired and we needed to contact them in order to keep it current. We called our local dealer twice to double check on that information and they assured us that if it didn’t come from their company it was not legitimate.

During the recent phone call I received from National Dealer Services I stated that I believed them to be involved in a scam. They just asked me if I wanted my warranty to expire. When I asked them to repeat the name of their company the line suddenly went dead. The phone number that was on my caller ID was 1-561-406-8364. I called the number back and got a voice mail using the name National Dealer Services telling me to leave a message and phone number and they would get back to me within 2 hours. (this was Feb. 3, 2016) around 3pm.

I did not keep the mailings for reference.

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