We have found that their brand company is amassing complaints of robocalling.
Fenix Protect denies this and they have put up quite a bit of SEO trying to counsel people about car warranty scams---when they themselves are being accused by consumers of being an auto-warranty scam.
It's just unreal. Thanks to the robocalls they are accused by numerous consumers of making, we have relisted Fenix's numbers.
Within THREE MINUTES of relisting, this comes into the inbox:
Fenix SAYS it isn't them, but they didn't say anything about them running robocalls out of 3rd parties either now, did they?
American Automotive Services Solutions----the real company behind Fenix Protect---which we'll start calling ASS from now on, was caught pulling Florida motor vehicle registration records and bombarding Florida residents with junk mail. That state has a specific law blocking driver and vehicle records from being used for marketing. ASS settled with the plaintiff in mediation.
Registration documents from Missouri Secretary of State:
So the folks at Fenix Protect/ASS were monitoring us in IRC, and only until we noticed their BBB complaints about their outbound telephone calls to consumers did the dude become animated instead of silent. No shocker, he's at a computer at ASS's own office, since his IP address unmasked to a Charter Communications business account marked as ASS.
For LOLs he claimed he wiresharked us for weeks.
What a surprise... Fenix Protect is all over TrustPilot, the website nearly every scammer runs to buy reviews in order to make their company appear legitimate.