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Transfer - Customers may transfer an in-force GWC contract directly to a new owner (individual-to-individual) by: Testimonials FAQs News
1. Submitting a letter to GWC within (30) days of the date of their vehicle's sale date, stating their intention to transfer the contract including the name and address of the customer.
2. Submitting a copy of the bill of sale or sale agreement showing the date and mileage at the time of sale.
3. Submitting any applicable transfer fee as listed on the contract application.
The new owner acknowledges, by submitting the transfer request, that they have received all of the repair orders and receipts necessary to verify that the vehicle has been serviced according to the vehicle manufacturer's specifications. The new owner may be requested to submit these repair orders and receipts in connection with a future claim.
Prior to the expiration of the current contract, another contract may be purchased enabling you to extend your coverage.
Contract holders may purchase a USED Vehicle Protection Plan for the vehicle identified on the original contract application prior to the expiration of the contract, provided the vehicle meets the following eligibility requirements:
1. The vehicle, at the time you request to purchase the future contract, must qualify under our then-current underwriting guidelines.
2. You (Customer) request to purchase the future contract within fifteen (15) days or 500 miles of expiration of the current contract.
Once the contract holder is eligible to purchase an additonal GWC service contract, the contract sale must be completed in the traditional manner per GWC guidelines. The future contract effective date begins one day after the expiration date of the original contract.