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RV Advisor offers lifeline to Camping World customers

RV Advisor offers lifeline to Camping World customers

DAVIE, Fla. — RV Advisor has announced that it will offer national warranties to customers who have purchased an RV or a camper from Camping World within the last five years. The company is also offering free RV Advisor membership to any Good Sam members with proof of cancellation.

RV Advisor made the announcement in response to the latest class action lawsuit (Ronge v. Camping World Holdings, Inc., et al., No. 18-cv-7030) filed against Camping World. The lawsuit names Good Sam and Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis, as well as a number of Camping World officials in alleged misrepresentation of financials while the company sold off more than $530 million in shares.

Filed on behalf of purchasers of Camping World Holdings Inc. stock in the Northern District of Illinois, the lawsuit claims that investors suffered hundreds of millions of dollars in losses when the stock fell sharply due to the misleading and false statements and actions by Lemonis and Camping World.

“Marcus Lemonis has a long history of highly questionable business practices, and this latest class action is one of many similar lawsuits that have been filed against him and his companies in recent years,” said RV Advisor Founder and CEO Gigi Stetler. “As someone who has been on the receiving end of his abusive business practices, I want to make sure that all Camping World and Good Sam customers have an opportunity to protect their assets with the help of RV Advisor.”

Camping World and Good Sam customers who want to take advantage of this special offer, should contact RV Advisor at (833) 229-0911, or via email at info@thervadvisor.com.

SOURCE: RV Advisor press release

 

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

5 comments

  1. Saw it coming. A company’s values are set at the top. We bought an RV from Camping World Feb 2018. Used it 3 weeks. Was back in for repairs for 6 months. Got it back in October (this month). Customer service at Camping World was bad. Tried to contact the corporate office and no one responded. It has been a stressful summer for my husband and me. We had to cancel plans we had amde for the summer. Including our annual trip with our grandsons. Excuse the grammar. I have complained to everyone I know.

    • As a rv tech i see this often. The first year of a purchased rv you wil be in and out of a shop..fixing factory issues..campers are not built to the same standards of a house. If you were to pull your house down the road how would it fair. Most buyers are not aware of what they are buying and there expectations are very high.. At the end of the day its a camper not a house and use it as such.

      • That is not an excuse for no service after a sale! If a proper PDI was done before it is retailed this would not happen. In my 32 years as a dealer I have never had a customer wait more then 2 weeks for completed repairs It would be one thing if CW had a few unhappy customers but the number is getting closer to 100%

      • Michael- I agree with Gigi a 6 month wait is absurd especially with the money spent at these dealerships. I get most customers aren’t aware of what they are buying but it should be up to dealership to educate. This is just good sales practice. I asked questions and it seems as my basic understanding is more than the dealership.

  2. This article by itself SHOULD BE A HUGE CRY OUT to future Customers of Camping World!

    DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM CAMPING WORLD, NOTHING, NADDA, ZIP!

    This is a company that cannot be trusted and will NOT stand behind any warranties or promises they make to customers.

    BUYER BEWARE!

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