Delaney Simchuk, Car Insurance Writer
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CarShield may not be really reliable. CarShield has an F rating from the Better Business Bureau, and WalletHub editors gave CarShield a score of 2/5 for their history of not paying claims and their mixed reviews from customers. CarShield sells vehicle protection plans, also known as extended warranties, which are meant to cover expensive car repairs.
Key Things to Know About CarShield’s Reliability
- 4.0 rating from WalletHub users
- 4/5 rating from Trustpilot users
- 2/5 rating from WalletHub editors
- F rating from the BBB and not BBB accredited
- High volume of complaints for poor customer service and refusing to pay out claims
- Not transparent about the cost of their protection plans
- Lots of coverage exclusions
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s complete review of CarShield, as well as our picks for the best extended warranty companies.
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