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LetterChamp

February 01, 2011 08:26 ET

LetterChamp Announces the Launch of Its FREE Money Saving Car Videos

A Consumer Advocacy Company Comes to the Rescue to Protect Recession-Hit Car Buyers by Teaching Them How to Buy or Get 300,000 Miles Out of Their Investment

TRACY, CA--(Marketwire - February 1, 2011) - A consumer advocacy service called LetterChamp announces the launch of its free weekly video series on car maintenance and the car buying process. 

"Our goal is to explain car maintenance and the car buying process in simple English so no corporate fat cats or car dealers will be able to rip you off," says Allen Banez, founder and president of LetterChamp. "We want our viewers to get the most value from their hard earned dollars." 

The videos will show you how to service your cars so you get 200K-300K miles from your vehicle and reduce the chances of incurring any major engine or transmission repair expenses. We will teach you how to get the best price on car parts and labor costs. If you follow our advice then you will be able to feel safe and secure in an older or high mileage vehicle. It is cheaper to maintain an automobile than to replace it. 

In addition, we will teach you how to purchase an automobile and accessories so you get the lowest price possible. Our videos will cover price negotiations, financing, gap insurance, warranties, etc. 

The videos will help you save thousands of dollars and reduce the number of automobiles you will need to purchase in your lifetime.

Banez said his record is getting 336K miles out of an automobile with the original engine and automatic transmission. We will teach you the secrets to car maintenance which will save you money, time, worry and grief -- sound advice in difficult times. 

Visit http://youtube.com/letterchamp to see the LetterChamp car videos. The LetterChamp team will release a new video every Monday at 8:00 A.M. Pacific time.

About LetterChamp, LLC:

Founded in 2006 and based in Tracy, California, LetterChamp offers full-service consumer advocacy services to clients nationwide. LetterChamp has successfully collected refunds and product replacements from auto manufacturers, car dealers, computer companies, electronics firms, household appliance manufacturers, major retailers and the travel industry. The company can be reached by phone at 650.892.6272 or via email at customerservice@letterchamp.com. Visit the company on the Web at http://www.letterchamp.com

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Allen Banez
    (650) 892-6272
    abanez at letterchamp dot com

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