SquareTrade 4-Year Consumer Electronics Protection Plan ($125-149.99)

September 23, 2018 - Comment

Ekka – Ecommerce HTML Template10 $ Buy Now Acer Aspire TC-1660-UA92 Desktop | 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10400 6-Core Processor | 12GB 2666MHz DDR4 | 512GB NVMe M.2 SSD | 8X DVD | Intel Wireless Wi-Fi 6 | Bluetooth 5.2 | Windows 10 Home$549.99 $ Buy Now Upon purchase, you will get an email confirmation

Buy Now! $7.06Amazon.com Price
(as of April 19, 2020 11:29 pm EDT - Details)

Upon purchase, you will get an email confirmation from SquareTrade.ÿ You will not be mailed a paper contract.ÿ If you have questions, please call: 1.877.WARRANTY.

Product Features

  • What’s covered: mechanical and electrical failures during normal use, 100% parts and labor
  • Get fast repairs or replacements from SquareTrade, an Allstate company
  • 24/7 customer support, free shipping for all repairs, no deductibles or hidden fees
  • Cancel anytime, full refund in first 30 days, fully transferable with gifts
  • SquareTrade Protection Plans are only valid for new or Amazon certified refurbished products purchased at Amazon in the last 30 days. By purchasing this Protection Plan you agree to the Protection Plan Terms & Conditions (http://www.squaretrade.com/terms-standard). Your Protection Plan Terms & Conditions will be delivered via email within 24 hours of purchase


Camila says:

Unbelievably Easy!!! My last fan had quit working after a year so, when I replaced it, I made sure to get a ST warranty. When my new fan quit after a year too, I was so relieved that I had the warranty but I was dreading the process. I put it off for a few months just because I couldn’t even think about the hassle. Finally, I told myself to just deal with it and get it done. The process only took 10 MINUTES!! Within an hour, my claim had been reviewed and they ended up reimbursing me the cost of the new fan. I…

Smootherworld says:

Must upload your receipt manuallaly for claims after buying this protection you will have to go to there website and rename it for the product that it was purchased for, it was listed as an electronic item, plus you have to upload a receipt in case you ever have to file a claim, this actually I would think it should automatically be done and we not have to go through the inconvenience to do it manually

sydney says:

Wasted my money Had an issue where I needed to know exactly what was covered and called them up . No one was able to help me or tell me what my warranty was even covering . Wasted my money

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