(341) 209-6602 is a Vehicle Warranty Robocall
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- Transcript In. Hello sir, can you hear me? Hi sir. Hello sir, can you hear me? Sir, my name is Edwin and I'm calling on behalf of Vehicle Protection network. How are you doing today, sir? For my call is to let you know about your extended protection plans that will cover the cost of repairs. Hello sir, I'm talking about extended protection plans for your vehicle repairs so you won't have to pay your car breaks down. Hello?
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