GM Chevrolet Complaint - Long ordeal to get reimbursed for repairs for recall
In July, I received a recall notice for my 2005 Silverado regarding the possibility of the relay resistor module or wiring connector overheating and HVAC blower may not function correctly. I had paid to have this item repaired in June 2010. So when I tried to get reimbursed, I needed to have the actual credit card receipt in order to get reimbursed. I have the actual work order form (with paid in full with credit card signed by GM dealership rep), I have a copy of my credit card monthly bill, showing I paid the bill, I have my bank statement showing the money was removed from my back account to pay for the repair.....but GM will not honor any of these because they will only honor the actual credit card receipt.....I am sure I am not the only one out there who shreds the credit card receipt when it clears the bill and I keep the actual work order form which shows the repairs done and how it was paid. I feel GM is just doing all it can to not pay for this. There is even a stipulation that if the condition occurs on your truck within 10 years of the date of original purchase or 150,000 miles which ever occurs first, then the condition will be repaired at no cost. I was wondering if anyone else has had this problem....
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