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The information you get with the extended warranty coverage will tell how to file for replacement or repair
Dennis Hudecek
· August 27, 2020
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Good Question. I would. To cover each individual piece. Especially if they are expensive watches.
Danny Baltodano
· July 19, 2020
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Yes each device is separate from each other and therefore you would need 2 warranties!
Nick S.
· October 2, 2020
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No that's why it's important to read your emailed warranty plans.
Nick S.
· September 11, 2020
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You shouldn't have to register the product for the plan to work. They should have sent you an email, though. However I never used the email. I had to file a claim, and what I did was go into my Amazon orders, and click on the plan itself and it will give you directions on how to file a claim. Basically, you just go to… see more You shouldn't have to register the product for the plan to work. They should have sent you an email, though. However I never used the email. I had to file a claim, and what I did was go into my Amazon orders, and click on the plan itself and it will give you directions on how to file a claim. Basically, you just go to asurion.com/amazon and it walks you through the process. see less You shouldn't have to register the product for the plan to work. They should have sent you an email, though. However I never used the email. I had to file a claim, and what I did was go into my Amazon orders, and click on the plan itself and it will give you directions on how to file a claim. Basically, you just go to asurion.com/amazon and it walks you through the process.
Cherolds
· June 11, 2021
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I have no idea. I didn't order this product yet I was billed for it, not once, but twice. When I looked at my order history, I found these two mysterious payments but they were too old to correct. My suggestion? Everyone should check their orders periodically to see what Amazon is billing you for--some stuff you may ne… see more I have no idea. I didn't order this product yet I was billed for it, not once, but twice. When I looked at my order history, I found these two mysterious payments but they were too old to correct. My suggestion? Everyone should check their orders periodically to see what Amazon is billing you for--some stuff you may never have ordered, and in my case, have no idea even what it is! see less I have no idea. I didn't order this product yet I was billed for it, not once, but twice. When I looked at my order history, I found these two mysterious payments but they were too old to correct. My suggestion? Everyone should check their orders periodically to see what Amazon is billing you for--some stuff you may never have ordered, and in my case, have no idea even what it is!
CJ
· February 8, 2021
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The one from one of my phones works on mine. You could probably get one that would work at Walmart or maybe even Verizon some place that carries the cords that are universal. What I would do. Just have it with you so you can make sure it will fit it.
Virginia Dowdney
· October 13, 2020
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If it's the earbuds you're returning notify with email and do a return label. It usually goes back to the manufacturer
Amanda
· April 16, 2020
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For me it was for only one item and when I could not contact the maker asurion just return my money and canceled the insurance. Not much of a policy
Amazon Customer
· January 4, 2021