Grand Cherokee Owner Finds Out They Legally Can’t Use Their Extended Warranty

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Scott McCracken
They’ll find you.

Grazyna Nowak was sold an extended warranty she legally isn’t allowed to use on her Jeep Grand Cherokee. Of course, she didn’t find that out until the SUV needed repairs.

Zakamarek says he took the Jeep to a local Jeep dealership where the service advisor said the warranty was no good because the Grand Cherokee SRT was manufactured to be registered in Canada, not the U.S.

It's a strange story but the moral here is if it smells, and talks like a scam, it’s probably an extended warranty offer from a third-party.

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