At A Glance
- This Alert Affects
- Consumers who received an offer for a vehicle service contract, similar to an extended warranty, from a company that is not their car dealership or vehicle manufacturer.
- Should a consumer bring a legal action, the court may award actual damages, not less than $2500; punitive damages; reasonable attorneys' fees; and any other relief the court deems appropriate.
- Companies sending offers for vehicle service contracts, which are similar to extended warranties.
- Additional Details
- The Drivers' Privacy Protection Act was enacted in 1994 to protect the privacy of personal information assembled by state DMVs.