Help warrantys work for you

We have all bought products and received a warranty with them. But most of the time those papers are tossed in the trash with the box and everything else after the important contents are extracted.

Warrantys are more important than you think!: Many manufactures have warranty/guarantees on their products that last for a few years and some even have a lifetime offer that you can take advantage of when that product breaks. It doesn't take much of your time and it can save you lots of money.

Save all product warrantys in a file, folder, box or something else like that. Keep track of what they give you so that when it breaks you can hopefully get it replaced.

If you have lost your warranty papers check online, almost everything is online on a cloud somewhere now adays. Also check for user reviews of how their experience through the warranty process went with each individual company. There may be tips or key information that will help you ensure your claim is approved and handled, hopefully for free!

20 comments:

  1. I always save warranties because you never know what is going to happen! I had to use them a few times :D

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  2. Hmm I don't think I have every actually made use of a warranty. I do save them, I just usually figure if the crap broke, the second one won't be much better.

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  3. Yes, that's true, but most of the warranties just cover bullsh*t, besides some warranties are expensive, I rather taking care of the things I buy, I got very disappointed with a Samsung mp3 and the warranty didn't do nothing =(

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  4. If I was more organized, I'd jump on this. I'll probably get a folder going after I clean up the desk a bit.

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  5. I never used to buy warranties, but now... it has just become a necessity

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  6. Warranty have come in handy many times for me. And have saved people I do computer work for money.

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  7. I have a box of the paper leaflets that came with my purchases, I think some of those might be warranties

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  8. I always make sure to take out the extra year or two warranty.

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  9. Great advice, for real. Warranties are so annoying in how they always seem to expire just before something fucks up, though. lol.

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  10. some awesome tips- your blog has my full support- keep posting!

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  11. People should take advantage of those. Companies are sometimes helpful yall know.

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  12. the only warrant i ever needed was exactly the only one i ever lost. fml :F

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  13. I like having automotive warranties

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