Mona took her 2003 BMW X5 3.01 into a service center because the air conditioner was blowing warm air. The mechanics found that there was internal failure of the compressor. In order to fix the issue, they would need to replace the compressor and expansion valve. The total cost of repair was $864.36, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Contract he purchased with his vehicle.
Christina V. took her 2004 Jeep Liberty Limited in for repair because the front window on the passenger side didn’t work. The service center found that the regulator had failed and would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair was $342.97, all of which was covered under her Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Contract she purchased through Alpha Warranty Services.
I was just telling her how fabulous we love Alpha and how easy it is to do it. It was just so fabulous how easy it is and how you fix things and do customer service so quickly and helpful. Everyone is just so great! It was just, wow, so easy! – Dealer
While driving over bumps in his 2006 Chrysler 300C, Quincy H. noticed some unusual noises. After taking his vehicle in for repairs, he learned that both lower control arm ball joints had failed and both assemblies would need to be replaced. We paid $466.16 to repair Quincy's vehicle as he is protected with our Supreme Coverage contract.
Charles R. took his 2007 Nissan XTerra 4.0 into a Service Center when he noticed a leak coming from under the vehicle. The mechanics found that the bottom of the Radiator was cracked at the seam and would need to be replaced. After giving the Service Center the green light on getting this repair done, the total cost would be $567.17. This total was paid for under the Vehicle Service Contract Charles had purchased through Alpha Warranty Services.
A. Lee had his 2005 Mercedes-Benz G500 towed into a service center because the vehicle wouldn’t crank over. The mechanics found that the fuel level sensor had failed and would need to be replaced, coming to a total $709.40. Luckily, he had purchased our Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage Contract with his vehicle, which in return covered the entire cost of the repair.
Donna C. took her 2004 Ford Freestar SEL into a Service Center because her A/C wasn’t working. The Mechanic found that the compressor wasn’t engaging and would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $288.00 which was covered under the A La Car Contract she had purchased with her vehicle.
Olivia B. took her 2006 Audi A8 Quattro AWD into a service center when she noticed the vehicle was leaking and the low coolant level light was on. The mechanics found that the water pump was leaking and would need to be replaced. Doing so would cost Olivia $706.04 had she not purchased an Alpha Tiered Contract with her vehicle.
Dealing with your company, I’ve dealt with other warranty companies before...and yours has been a very nice experience with no issues. – Repair Shop
Merrill B. took his 2007 Pontiac G5 in for repairs as soon as he noticed that it was leaking fuel. Turns out, the fuel pump was broken (and therefore was leaking) and needed to be replaced. We paid $371.55 to replace the fuel pump in Merrill's vehicle as he is protected with our A La Car contract.
In my 30 years at this [my Alpha Warranty Account Manager] was as good as I have seen. In today's world it is rare that we see people of her caliber. - Agent
Dany took his 2006 Nissan Maxima SE/SL into a Service Center because he had a difficult time getting the vehicle to start and every once in a while, it wouldn’t start at all. The Mechanics found that the fuel pump pressure was low and would need to be replaced, costing a total of $317.04. Typically, this would be straining on one’s budget, but Dany wasn’t concerned with the cost knowing he had purchased our Alpha Tiered, Powertrain Plus Contract.