Reed Lallier Review

Dealer sold me a worthless road hazard warranty, and refused to honor it after selling me a vehicle that did not have original tires and rims, and used that as a reason to not honor 100% of said road hazard warranty. Every piece of paper in regards to warranty that they gave me always had some one else’s name on it. Fidelity was the warranty company, and after some research I found Fidelity to be an investment company. Both Reed Lallier and Fidelity worked together to cheat people out of their hard earned money.

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