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I think the problem is, is that consumers do not read their contracts. Most warranty companies have options that add other coverage to the basic plan. Also, consumers don't have fair and reasonable expectations. When he weather is 95 degrees outside, don't people think that EVERYONE is calling in?The contractors that home warranty companies use are RETAIL companies. They also have their own business to service. If you didn't have a warranty on those days, you wouldn't get any faster service by calling someone out of the yellow pages.

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Making the names a little more complicated, HMS is in the process of rebranding to a new name: Cinch Home Services. This all matters because a company's reputation is linked to its name. Name changes and corporate layers, like in this case, make it hard for consumers to research a company. The Better Business Bureau shows more than 2,300 complaints against HomeSure. Better Business Bureau Among the items we found: The Better Business Bureau BBB received more than 2,300 complaints about HomeSure nationwide in the past three years. That sounds like a lot, but as past Bamboozled columns have shown, it's impossible to tell whether a complaint number is high or low without having the perspective of knowing how much business a company does.

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1 It would have created a situation where even our top technicians would have had no time to properly diagnose problems, and the customer would have received patch repairs just to keep it going versus a solid repair to at the very least help prevent future failures due to conditions that we were supposed to overlook as per the warranty company. 2 We would actually lose some of our regular business customers as a result of the bad reputation we would have gotten from doing work as per the requirements of the warranty company, we would have actually in most cases been subsidizing the cost of the job, as they wanted to lock us into a pricing model from the 1960's. I know I have been in this trade / business for almost forty years, had relatives in the business as I was growing up, so I know. We couldn't even remain in business very long at their rates. On the other hand, we also have GREAT warranty companies out there, we recently have replaced entire HVAC systems as they were in fact non repairable, replaced complete furnaces, and condensing units as needed. In each and every one of these the customer only paid the deductible averaging some $70. 00. I wish I could say which ones are good and which ones to stay away from, but, I simply do not have a budget that can carry a full legal staff to defend these facts, or fight the bad ones when they came after me. But, you, you have the power of choice, as I said earlier, there are some very good ones out there, do your research, read the reviews. The time you put in researching these companies is going to save you the expense of not having done so, and face it, you won't be mad at yourself when you end up feeling like a fool because you believed everything the sales person said to you. I've found my home warranty to be a worthwhile purchase, but this is given a very specific set of conditions.

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