(636) 875-1228 is a Vehicle Warranty Robocall
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- Transcript Hi, sir. This is Cameron calling on a recorded line for Car Shield. I'm contact regarding that information you requested on that Volvo at about 100,000 miles. Is that pretty close? No problem, sir. Is everything running okay on that vehicle? All right, give me one moment. I'm going to grab that specialist for you to go over everything with you. All right, sir. Thank you for your patience. I have your specialist on the line. He'll take great care of you from here. All right, Mr. VAT. My name is Jay. I'll be working with you from here. It looks like we're working with your 20. All right, so you got a 2016 Volvo XC 90 with about 100,000 miles. Is that right?
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