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Our request for more detail was volleyed to CCHS. A CCHS spokeswoman explained the $1,000 charge was because of "uncovered work. " "Home warranties are a more affordable way to protect the home on day to day issues, and to prevent catastrophic losses," she said. We asked what took so long for Torine and what the average service time was in New Jersey. "We aim to provide an easy claim experience and fast service delivery times to reduce hardship and inconvenience for our valued customers, but unfortunately service delivery time can often be dependent on weather, service provider schedule and other circumstances," she said. "Extended service times are not representative of our goals for excellent customer service.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

I filed a claim for those with American Home Shield via phone and the contractor that they sent was an awesome professional. He was clean and he cleaned everything up that he touched and put on booties when coming in. He repaired the stuff well. There were no extra dings that he left behind. The toilet is better than it was the day it was installed. I also have one of those faucets where the end of the faucet pulls out as the little spray spout and the hose started to get a little bubble on it. He didn't repair that because it hadn't actually failed yet. He couldn't repair it unless it was a failure. After requesting service for my A/C breakdown on 5/16/18, the contractor assigned to me went unresponsive to my calls for repair for 8 days. I then found another contractor that completed the repair, and sent an invoice to AHS dba HSA for the repair. They then began sending notices in the mail stating that my claim would not be covered due to a "pre existing condition.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The letter suggested that brokers and agents could be violating the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act if they accepted a fee for selling home warranties. That’s because referral fees for “settlement services” are banned under the federal law, and confusion has reigned ever since over the acceptable conditions for receiving compensation. Even a clarification letter from HUD two years later, which said warranty sales were permissible as long as sales efforts constituted more than simply referrals and fees were reasonable, did not stem the confusion, since the follow up guidance continued to suggest that warranties were a “settlement service. ” The conflicting interpretations led to lawsuits, including a class action case against American Home Shield.