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HUGE RIPOFF!!
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OLIVE BRANCH, MISSISSIPPI -- Back last year August of 2008 I received a call from NHP asking me if I wanted to settle for a buyout of 189.00 or a new washing machine. I've had my washer fixed twice under the warranty. I told them I wanted the washing machine and they told me it was on back order and I would receive in 6 weeks. Well, March 2009 I still had not received the washing machine nor could I get anyone to speak to me about it on the phone or respond to my emails. Finally I spoke with someone on April 1st and I told them I wanted the buyout money since I can't seem to get the replacement. I was told it would be sent to me within 30 days and if not to call back. Well, May 1st I called and their answering service said they were closed due to system upgrades and to call back the next business day. This happened 3 days in a row. I called today and was told the number was out of order!!!! I still have 3 months left on the warranty that I paid for. What action can I take when I do not have a phone number that is legitimate nor will anyone respond to email?? Help??? P.S. I never received the 50.00 gift card from Home Depot I was promised upon signing the agreement and paying in full either and no one wanted to help on that either. I've been scammed!!!!
     
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Soaring Consumer on 2009-05-04:
Contact your state's Office of the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division. They need to be investigated for breach of contract and false advertising.
RestaurantGuy on 2009-05-04:
Send a certified letter to the company stating everything that happened. Please do this before your warranty expires so that you have a paper trail you can fall back on. There address is National Home Protection, Inc.
33 Wood Avenue South
Iselin, NJ 08830 The phone number to contact them is (800) 608-6045 Good luck
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Do Not Purchase From NHP
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ROCKLIN, CALIFORNIA -- For everyone who currently has this company in Ca as your provider, I think they just went under. There has been no answer for a week at their end, the fax is not in service and today there is a recording that the person for that number is not available. I bought a multi-year policy and will need to see what I can do now to recover my year that I have now been scammed out of.

These guys were the worst, and I would not have renewed with them even if they had stayed in business, but I understand why they are not.
     
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Terrible Home Warranty Company - Homeowners Beware
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NEW YORK -- We have been a service provider for this home warranty company for some time now. They do not pay their bills. We have been on numerous calls for them in which they never have paid. They do not return phone calls and typically you cannot get through to anyone, only voice mail. DO NOT PURCHASE a warranty through this company. You will be very disappointed. There is a voice mail on their phone which is so generic.

It says they will open back up "tomorrow" but does not give a date. I believe they are going out of business if they are already not closed.
     
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Very Bad Service
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LAKE BLUFF, ILLINOIS -- When I first bought the policy, I was told if I purchase for 3 years at once, I will get 3 $50 certificates. Any way they lied to me and I never got the certificates after very long negotiations with the agents through phone calls and emails and they did not refund my money even though I asked for it. I called 3 days ago to file a claim regarding a disconnected electric connection to the refrigerator and 3 more lights. I was told that I will get an email with a contractor phone # to call within 5 hours from that phone call. I did not receive any email. I called the next day and I was told that I will receive that email within 1 hour. Again, I did not receive the email. I called the next day (3 days in a row)checking the status, I was told that they are experiencing some technical problems and I will receive that email within 1 hour.

But guess what, they are lying and I did not receive any thing or any service. I'm so upset and I don't know what to do next. I have a feeling that they just stole my money.
     
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Soaring Consumer on 2009-03-20:
Contact your state's Office of the Attorney General, the Department of Consumer Affairs, and the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

This is rebate fraud and possibly insurance fraud.
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5 Cents On The Dollar Scandal
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HARTVILLE, OHIO -- NHP could not repair our dish washer under contract in 07-08. They said a main board needed replaced. After several weeks they said (after many calls) it was too expensive to fix the board so they would just replace it. By November they said (after many calls) they said the shipment was delayed because they needed more broken dishwashers in their system.

To order the new replacements. They offered us 106 dollars if we wanted to get our own dishwasher. I explained it would cost over 1400 dollars to do this. They replied that their buying power was so much greater than mine that it would cost them 106.

On Tues. Feb-10 I called again. They said they were going to send me a check for 106. I explained it would not even cover the service call. Then after 15 minutes of circles they told to e-mail my complaint to the department in charge. This was the site they told me to go to. So here it is 6 months and no dishwasher. I guess I should have kept my 400 bucks and go out and buy a cheap one. Its better than my broken down Asco 1400 dishwasher!!!
     
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Anonymous on 2009-02-11:
Sue them for failure to perform on a contract agreement.
qualityappliance on 2009-02-12:
$1,400. for a dishwasher?????

Even if it really is an Asko, (which I doubt because if it were you would know how to spell Asko), that's quite high.
BokiBean on 2009-02-12:
For $1400 it better load itself.
Ponie on 2009-02-12:
Plus restack the dishes in the cabinet when finished.
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Contractors Beware!
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NORTH CAROLINA -- For those of whom are considering doing business with this company: they have failed to pay us for several invoices, claiming that the work performed was not faxed in a timely manner. It was and has been sent several times after the first initial submission in order to resolve the issue. However, when we try to contact someone in order to arrange payment due, the call-takers are short and rude; often hanging up or leaving us on hold. Also, it is my understanding that the ownership of this organization is under investigation for fraudulent business practices.

Either way, we have yet to get this issue resolved and have been working on it since June 2008. Best advice? Avoid these crooks at all cost.
     
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National Home Protection Is A Joke
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NY, NEW YORK -- Much like other's experiences with National Home Protection there is no "resting easy knowing we are covered" with National Home Protection. I have been without heat for 9 days and they can only tell me that "valves" are not covered... They sight the "Fireplaces and key valves" as the reason - yet when I explain what a key valve is and that the gas valve and control unit that I'm told by my service tech that I need is something different I get "talk to the disputes department - and oh by the way only via email. It has been 7 days since I started emailing the disputes department... with no reply.

This company is a joke... DON'T sign a contract with them!
     
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National Home Protection Is The Worst Company Out There
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NEW YORK -- I just want to warn people not to waste their money on a warranty with this company. I do not have the energy after dealing with them to rehash it all. They do not do anything they say they will. Unless you have the time to file suit against them save your money and go with another company. They owe me more money then I paid for the coverage and I know I will never see it. They have no customer service and will ignore your calls, emails, certified mail, etc. The only time you will hear from them is when your coverage is expiring and then you will get an email a day for 3 months and calls nonstop to every number they have on file for you.

When the people calling are asked what they are going to do about the open claims and the pending lawsuit you have filed against them they just respond that it is not their department and they just want to resign you. Good luck to all that have coverage with the company.
     
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Unauthorized Charge To Credit Card
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I completed this companies "Request for Quote" form on their website asking for monthly premium. They responded with a monthly premium quote as requested. I gave them my credit card number trusting that my card would be charged with a small premium each month. When I received my statement I found they had violated my trust by charging a lump sum for three years in advance. This was not even offered as an option on their form.

When I complained they refused to change it. When I tried to cancel I was told the contract was Non-cancelable. When I disputed the charge with the credit card company the merchant lied, sending them a letter saying I "ordered" a three year contract.

I am still in dispute with the credit card company. If that fails I will go to small claims court.
     
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Deceptive Company - Horrible Customer Service
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I have been having a difficult time with this company since I signed up in Jan 08. The hold time when you call in is at least 15 minutes. They assigned me two different contractor for some work , but I was never able to get a hold of the contractors. I called NHP back and they told me that I could call someone myself and they would reimburse me. I had the work done and have submitted an invoice, but this has been over a month and it is not resolved. I have called 4 times and every time they tell me they will call me back. I ask to speak to a supervisor and there is never one there and they do not call you back. The last representative I spoke with said it would not be reimbursed. I ask again for a supervisor to call me back and now I will wait. Also apparently there is a specific time frame you must submit the Home Depot Card Promotion for. I submitted my request too soon and it was denied.

I think another way for them to screw people is have in little writing some restrictions/rules about getting the Home Depot card they promise you for signing up. How can we join together to get this company to pay us back or get them out of business????
     
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Magic Man on 2008-12-08:
NHP is a dishonest company. I just got a letter fromthe BBB saying they aren't even able to get NHP to help. Go view some of the threads at Scams.com.

http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?p=632641#post632641

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