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Monday, October 16, 2006


Sometimes warranties are a good thing and sometimes they are a rip off.

Did you know that a major portion of Best Buy's revenue is from selling warranties?

Ask yourself:

Have you ever had the opportunity to use a warranty you purchased?

Have you ever followed up on a warranty?

Have you had a good experience with a warranty?

Typically warranties are not a good deal, but people like them becuase it gives them peace of mind, but oftentimes if you purchase something with a credit card and it does not work or is broken you can get it replaced. Do you homework and make sure it is truly worth your money.


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