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Anyone Dealt With MotorEasy used car warranty?

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Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews! Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my
Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews!
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
AlfieW123

Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my
Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews!
Had a few issues but after speaking with one of the head engineers and sorting things out all is good, worth having and keeping. I have plan b
#2
TAIT1980
AlfieW123

Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my
Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews!
Had a few issues but after speaking with one of the head engineers and sorting things out all is good, worth having and keeping. I have plan b


How much did you pay for yours? And have you made much use of it yet?

Mine came in at £970 for 3 years, not sure if it will be worth it
#3
Signed up with MotorEasy in October and 'My Account' with them is still inaccurate - has the wrong car reg number on it despite a number of calls to change it (personalised plate). They are quick to take the money but very poor on detail and customer wishes, handing the engineering bookings over to an outfit called MotorAngel. Specifically stated that I didn't want to use Halfords for an MOT and Major service and they agreed another local company (one on their approved list) so where did the booking go - Halfords. They also want the service money upfront so as of this moment I am very unimpressed.
Can't comment on their support for claims though as I have had none.
#4
Don't bother! Took one out, spoke to a chap called Raj who couldn't do enough for me whilst on the phone. $ months later I'm sat in a Jaguar show room facing a £500+ bill . Not covered! Well cheesed off. I'm cancelling my policy and saving myself £40 a month that could go toward any repairs I may face in the future.
AlfieW123

Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my
Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews!
#5
MotorEasySham
Don't bother! Took one out, spoke to a chap called Raj who couldn't do enough for me whilst on the phone. $ months later I'm sat in a Jaguar show room facing a £500+ bill . Not covered! Well cheesed off. I'm cancelling my policy and saving myself £40 a month that could go toward any repairs I may face in the future.
AlfieW123

Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my
Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews!


Think thats the same guy that spoke to me, guess Ill pass then
#6
MotorEasySham
Don't bother! Took one out, spoke to a chap called Raj who couldn't do enough for me whilst on the phone. $ months later I'm sat in a Jaguar show room facing a £500+ bill . Not covered! Well cheesed off. I'm cancelling my policy and saving myself £40 a month that could go toward any repairs I may face in the future.
AlfieW123
Can you tell me how they got out of meeting the bill as i am interested in using them. Thanks
Was looking to get another 3 years warranty on my
Golf R and saw MotorEasy advertised on AutoTrader. Has anyone dealt / heard any reviews about them? Cant find any reviews!
#7
Took out warranty with motoreasy in Nov.16 supposed to be top rated cover for my Jaguar ."Raj" told me everything covered including mot failures....fault on door latch electronics...refused to pay....oil leak from failed turbo oil pipe ....refused to pay. Fault in rear wiring harness.....refused to pay.
I payed over £400 for a warranty with motoreasy and will never touch them again and I strongly recommend that everyone else does the same. Their cover is worthless

Edited By: Gordon71 on Apr 17, 2017 11:22: Punctuation
#8
I signed up to motoreasy in November. So glad I did! They just paid out £1,175 for a new gearbox. Just had to share this with you all.
#9
Dentistry
I signed up to motoreasy in November. So glad I did! They just paid out £1,175 for a new gearbox. Just had to share this with you all.

Signed up today to share the great news about this company? How you doing Raj keeping well?
#10
Why shouldn't I be able to leave recognition if I feel it's due. In my experience, they came through and were professional from start to finish.
#11
DO NOT BUY. Spent most of the day arguing with them. Told me lies and more lies. Spoke to garage direct got totally different story. Car passed health check with flying colours. Motoreasy say fault was pre-existing and that it must of been missed in health check. Anything but pay out. Please save yourself time and money and go elsewhere.
#12
Motoreasy warranties are uninsured and therefore unregulated products. Beware.
#13
Taken out a warranty with Motoreasy and now car has developed a fault. Told me to take the car to one of their network garages. Diagnosed as fault in automatic gearbox. Garage said they can't repair it as they don't do automatic gearboxes. (!)
They have now booked it into another garage 20 miles away and garage has told me it could take 4 hours to diagnose the problem when they actually get to look at the car. What do they expect me to do, wait around all day? Phoned Motoreasy and they were no help. I suggested I take the car to the local dealer for my car (3 miles away) but they said I would have to pay for the diagnosis and they would not necessarily accept their diagnosis. Waiting to see if they can find a garage closer to me to diagnose the problem. I'm 70 years old and do not need this sort of hassle. This will be updated.

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