Sunday, October 5, 2014

#ProductProtectionPlan of #Target

If you've been following my blog for so long, you probably remember the post about my digital camera, SamsungWB150F. I bought it on sale at Target in November 2012 for $129.00 and I also bought the product protection plan for two years which is $17.00. Guess what? The protection plan is worth buying for! I love this camera because it is handy and WiFi ready but, last May, it quit working. I forgot about the protection plan and at that time, we were packing to move. I saw the box of my camera and inside it was the receipt and the protection plan booklet. I was thrilled!
I dealt with Walmart's protection plan before when our lawnmower quit working after 3 months and goodness, dealing with them sucks big time! It took me 7 months to finally get my refund.
I had a pleasant experience with the Target product protection and I did it online. They have excellent customer service and the refund was process the moment I sent the product to FedEx. In less than a week, I received the full refund. How amazing right?  

If you purchase an expensive item, buy the product protection plan. It may be an additional expense but, it is worth it. I am so happy with my refund. Right now, I am looking to buy a new Samsung camera or any brand as long as it is handy and Wi-Fi ready.

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