You've probably gotten those postcards that say you're auto warranty is about to expire. The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau says be cautious of such mailings.
"It says that it's actually selling extended warranties but the truth is they are selling service contracts which is completely different," says spokeswoman Susan Bach.
The BBB has received more than 30,000 complaints nationwide about US Fidelis. The company is accused of not living up to its claims of covering repairs on your car. Bach says be suspicious of third parties offering auto warranties as the plans are only offered through the auto manufacturer.
She says take time to investigate the company through the Better Business Bureau . Never should you give out your personal information over the phone.