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Is Delta Home Protect An Unlicensed Service Company In Arizona?

PUBLISHED: June 7, 2016 3 MINS READ

HomeWarrantyReviews.com stands by its commitment to help users buy home warranties intelligently. And here’s some breaking news that we believe we’re the first to report on Delta Home Protect-

The Arizona Department of Insurance has received one or more complaints from Arizona consumers regarding Delta Home Protect. Thus, the Department of Insurance is investigating the matter.

Delta Home Protect (DHP) is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The company claims to be licensed in 45 states in the USA. Furthermore, the company claims to offer its service programs providing timely and professional assistance to its customers in the time of need and that they work diligently with numerous licensed and certified contractors to ensure peace of mind as they understand the importance of customer satisfaction.

delta home protect not licensed in arizona

However, HomeWarrantyReviews.Com has an insider scoop from the Arizona Department of Insurance which strongly advises all of the consumers of the state of Arizona to exercise extreme caution while doing any financial transactions related to home warranties with DHP.

HomeWarrantyReviews.Com encourages our readers to report any solicitation from an unlicensed home service contract company to the regulatory agency covering such contracts in their respective states. Being proactive will not only help our readers avoid disreputable companies but also help state’s regulators catch unlicensed companies faster. Doing this will help other homeowners, home buyers, realtors, and service repairman by bringing greater awareness about such pressing issues like unlicensed home service contract companies.

In this regard, it is good to skim through our list of home warranty companies which are out of business already. We maintain this list of closed companies in order to help our readers avoid being conned by companies that do not follow the rules. We welcome your feedback, including questions. Readers who need help will be contacted if an email address is provided or addressed here on the site in a comment if no email address is given.

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