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National Administrative Service Co., LLC
Phone: (614) 726-3150 Fax: (614) 726-3198 View Additional Phone Numbers 5500 Frantz Rd Ste 100, Dublin, OH 43017
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This company states they develop, sell and administer vehicle service contracts, mechanical breakdown insurance and related products sold through automobile dealers, financial institutions and direct marketing.
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|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||2|
|Total Closed Complaints||5|
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|Total Customer Reviews||2|
Type of Entity
Domestic Limited Liability Company
Business ManagementMr. Haytham Elzayn, President Ms. Michelle DeFouw, VP Ms. Sally Mason, Administrative Assistant to the President
Auto Warranty Processing Service
According information in BBB files Haytham Elzanyn, the owner of National Administration Solutions Corporation is also the owner of Dimension Service Corporation and Heritage Administration Services affiliated with Allegiance.
The BBB maintains separate reports on each of these companies:
On Dec. 4, 2008, Peter Knolla provided BBB the following information regarding what he described as Allegiance Holdings LLC's affiliated companies: Heritage Administration Services, Inc. (HAS) is a service contract administrator that is currently responsible for the majority of complaints being fielded by (BBB) offices due to financial difficulties created by its former owners. HAS is also the majority owner of a risk retention group named Heritage Warranty Insurance RRG, Inc. (HRRG) that provides insurance for HAS's service contract obligations. The HAS and HRRG operations were formerly located in Lincoln, Nebraska and when they were relocated to Ohio different Allegiance company staffs were assigned to conduct their service contract administration duties identified below. Dimension Service Corporation (DSC) is a service contract administrator but performs no service contract administration for HAS or HRRG and is a separate and distinct corporation from those entities. DSC has various insurers other than HRRG providing insurance for its service contract programs. National Administrative Services Corp (NASC) is a service contract administrator and although it's a separate and distinct corporation from HAS and HRRG, NASC does contractually perform some service contract administration for HAS and HRRG along with several other Allegiance entities. And Mr. Knolla provided the further descriptions of the terms obligor names, program names, and insurer's names: OBLIGOR'S NAMES: A service contract is a set of promises (subject to a service contract's terms and conditions) between a consumer and a contract obligor; the party required to perform the service contract's promises. In most instances, the service contract's obligor are one of the below listed service contract administrators. PROGRAM NAMES: Service contracts are sold to consumers through various means such as car dealers, mail solicitations and over the inter net. Different service contract programs are created to meet consumer preferences. As a result, a consumer might only mention the name of the program in their inquiry without identifying the correct obligor. INSURER'S NAMES: Most state laws require the promises made by an obligor of a service contract to be insured and the insurer's identity must be disclosed in the service contract. As a result, a consumer might incorrectly only identify the name of the insurer in their inquiry without disclosing the obligor's correct name."
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