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Old 08-07-2013, 04:58 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Canceling MPP or TireAssure - Have to go to dealer?

If FoMoCo is the lein holder/financer of the car, do you have to go to the dealer to cancel? or can you deal strictly with MPP?

http://www.mpp.com/pdfs/service-agreement.pdf

Above is their form, which at the bottom has colors written as if there is multiple carbon copies and a place for dealer signature. My assumption is I will have to go in to cancel, but does anyone have any personal experience on this ?
Have you been able to cancel just through MPP?

Thanks! Looking to do it in first 30days cause that should recover the sales tax too.


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Old 08-07-2013, 05:31 PM   #2
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That 1st note says that the money will go to the lien holder if canceled. Probably best to involve your dealer
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For added insurance you must go to the ISSUING dealer. Another dealer cannot do it. Nor will the company directly.
The dealer made a bundle when you bought the extra insurance. the dealer will have to give that back.
And yes if you financed the warranty, the money WILL go to the finance company to be taken off your loan total.
And yes I got my state sales tax back too. But i had to call them as they 'forgot' to refund it.
But all in all the refund was no problem at all.
You would have to go see the Finance guy at the dealer. not the salesman.
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Thanks for the feedback. I will make sure to follow up on the tax.

I dont mind it going to finance company, it helps shorten my term, which is good.

I was just hoping someone had experience with canceling through the Company instead of Finance guy... I'm sure I'll need a lunch.
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