SquareTrade 3-Year PC Peripherals Protection Plan ($350-$400)

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SquareTrade 3-Year PC Peripherals Protection Plan (0-0)

SquareTrade 3-Year PC Peripherals Protection Plan (0-0)

  • 3-year coverage from date of purchase: electrical & mechanical failures
  • Fixed or receive full replacement cost in 5 days or less – guaranteed
  • Free 2-way shipping for repairs
  • 100% parts and labor covered with no deductibles
  • Fully transferable with gifts. Cancel anytime, full refund in first 30 days.

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.

List Price: $ 27.98

Price: $ 27.98

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3 thoughts on “SquareTrade 3-Year PC Peripherals Protection Plan ($350-$400)

  1. 56 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Additional warranty coverage should begin AFTER the manufacturer’s warranty, October 15, 2012
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    My understanding of additional warranty coverage is usually extended coverage, whereby the warranty protection begins after the manufacturer’s warranty. I acknowledge that SquareTrade’s warranty is not referred to as extended, but runs concurrently with the manufacturer’s warranty, beginning with the date of purchase. SquareTrade states that the manufacturer’s warranty supersedes, or is primary to, SquareTrade’s warranty, meaning that SquareTrade’s warranty is useless until the end of the manufacturer’s warranty. So if you purchased a SquareTrade 3 year warranty for a product that had a 3 year manufacturer’s warranty, you would never have the opportunity to use the SquareTrade warranty, and end up eating the cost of the ST warranty. I suppose if the manufacturer only had a two year warranty, you could buy what would amount to a year of additional coverage by buying the 3 year ST warranty. In other words, this additional warranty coverage borders on a scam, especially if the ST warranty approximates the length of the manufacturer’s warranty. At least Service Net is a true extended warranty, since it does not start until the end of the manufacturer’s warranty. I’m writing this review because I was considering the 3 year ST warranty for a $700 monitor which had it’s own 3 year warranty. Had I not read the terms of the warranty thoroughly, I would have assumed it was a true extended warranty, and be out almost $80.

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  2. 89 of 102 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not so hot – beware, December 20, 2012
    By 
    Mike Mitchell (Texas) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    I purchased Square Trade warranties with all the Kindles I bought last year at Christmas and was well pleased with the company, so when I had the chance to purchase a Square Trade warranty for a Christmas gift this year, I didn’t hesitate. Well – last year the warranty arrived shortly after the Kindle – certainly within several days of ordering. So, when I didn’t receive the warranty this time, I was concerned. I called Amazon first and they gave me a number to call. I called that number and, even though it was Square Trade, I was given another number to call. After three calls I eventually reached someone that said they could help. That’s the first red flag. The second red flag came when we began discussing specifics. First, unlike the Kindle, Square Trade didn’t have any idea what kind of hard drive, model, etc. They began the conversation by asking what kind of hard drive it was and what was the serial number. I explained that I had no intention of opening the drive to get the serial number because it is a gift. In other words, they had no idea what they were offering the warranty for other than and external drive. That’s bad execution on Amazon’s part. If they produce a pop-up offering a warranty, then there ought to be closer integration of what is being purchased. It seemed all Square Trade received is that someone with a specific email address had purchased a warranty for a hard drive within a specific price range. That leads me to the next red flag. Although the product specifically states “free shipping”, Square Trade has no intention of shipping you anything! You don’t get a written warranty to hold in your hands, or give as part of a gift for the item you purchased. They don’t even have your mailing address.

    Now – in all fairness – every time I’ve dealt with Square Trade on a warranty issue, they have come through. That was on the Kindle though, which is fully supported by Amazon and Square Trade. I have a very uneasy feeling about the warranty that I purchased for both a hard drive and a camera. It also concerns me that Square Trade no longer covers the warranty protection for Kindles. I wonder if they backed out or if Amazon dropped them. I cannot recommend this product because of the reasons explained above. If you are purchasing a product and expect to get a written warranty, perhaps you might want to check brick and mortar stores like Best Buy, Target, Wal-Mart before you take your chances with this one.

    I’m highly disappointed because I relied on my previous experience with Square Trade. As they say in the stock market – past behavior is no guarantee of future performance.

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  3. 95 of 110 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    not worth it, September 1, 2012
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    A. Hayes
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    This extended warranty doesn’t even extent the warranty of a lot of products that have a three year warranty. And all the hassle free features or product refunds they advertise only apply AFTER your original warranty expires, if you have your original warranty you have to RMA it. This means for an item with a three year warranty this added warranty is utterly useless.

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