However, third-party providers who sell extended warranties are notoriously shady – and often pretend to be legitimate service providers only to be proven fraudulent months or years later. Victims` site 87113 Type of phishing fraud, under the pretext of “activating a service contract” for your “VEHICLE”. They do not have information about their own vehicle, nor do they provide real or useful information about what they are “selling”, as far as coverage options or prices are concerned. I find different things online and wondered if you knew if it was a fraud or not, or if I should call them back to stop this before being charged. . . .