What is agi*ext serv plan aiz ga?

The credit card charge AGI*EXT SERV PLAN AIZ GA was first recorded on January 19, 2014. It has been deemed not suspicious by our users.

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Linda Zenger on January 26, 2018

I was charged on 10/7/13 $45.89 on my credit card for an extended warranty 5 year plan for my oven. My oven just broke and I have spent 2 hours on the phone trying to track down the company that sold me the warranty. It appears to be a SCAM. The number on the credit card charge has no record of my warranty. The phone number sent me to the company AIG, not AGI. AIG knows nothing of my purchase.

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