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

October 16, 2018 - Comment

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Buy Now! $12.40Amazon.com Price
(as of April 19, 2020 11:30 pm EDT - Details)

Upon purchase, you will get an email confirmation from SquareTrade. You will not be mailed a paper contract. 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


Amazon Customer says:

Extremely disappointed that they wont honor their warranty after taking my … I bought sport earbuds to use while running (marathon training in Houston). They were supposed to be “sweat proof.” I got the Square Trade warranty as added protection. Almost one year to the day, the ear buds started acting up, so I activated the 4 year warranty, and sent the earbuds in for service. I got an email saying they had “water damage” which was not included in the warranty, nothing they could/would do, and they sent the damaged earbuds back to me. I believe this is a…

D. A. Sherman says:

Crooked Company… I will not even THINK of buying another Square Trade warranty again, and I have around 10 of them now. They USED to be a great company, but like all companies, profit is now more important than the customer. We have this wireless earpiece that was 130 bucks, bought warranty, the little “bracket” that the “ear ring” connects to the mic/speaker just failed and broke, and they’re saying “tough luck, we don’t cover breakage”!HUH?! We didn’t do a THING, it just…

The Endz says:

What gives? I purchased this warranty because it was suggested by Amazon, and I feel like I was duped. I went to their website to file a new claim for the covered product, but the page wouldn’t load. It kept saying my browser was out of date (spoiler: it’s not). So I go out of my browser of choice and open up another, and amazingly, it works. I proceed to follow the steps to file a claim when I get a prompt asking me to upload my receipt. Really? I purchased the product on Amazon because Amazon offered…

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