SquareTrade Care Plans VS. Manufacturer’s Warranties.

October 26, 2007

There are basically two types of warranties out there – a manufacturer’s warranty and an extended warranty. The manufacturer’s warranty usually covers your first 90 days to 1 year of the use of product. An extended warranty continues the coverage after the manufacturer’s warranty expires.

A SquareTrade Warranty extends and enhances the manufacturer’s warranty that comes with your item. It has features that fill in the gaps in new product manufacturer warranty coverage. These features includes:

  • Length of warranty coverage: Up to 3 years

  • Parts and Labor: Yes

  •  No Deductibles: Yes

  • Transferable: Yes

  • Renewable: Yes

  •  In house service for large item like TVs: Yes

  •  Nationwide service network: Yes

  • Covers used item: Yes

  • Refundable at any time (pro-rated): Yes

However, a manufacturer’s warranty usually come with a number of restrictions:

  •  Length of warranty coverage: Up to 1 year.

  • Parts and Labor: Yes

  • No Deductibles: Yes

  • Transferable: Limited

  • Renewable: No

  • In house service for large item like TVs: Limited

  • Nationwide service network: No

  • Covers used item: No

  • Refundable at any time (pro-rated): No

Having a SquareTrade warranty as your back up plan is always a wise decision. It costs only a small fraction of the item price and you get up to couple years of extra protection.

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Having trouble buying a used electronics item with an unbeatable price?

October 26, 2007

No doubt buying a used item is always a tough decision. You don’t know how long you can use it or whether it’s worth the small investment.

I’d like to recommend SquareTrade’s warranty. They are offering warranties that cover used consumer electronics. Their warranty is a worry free plan on all warrantable used/refurbished items. They provides a full 24 months of coverage, starting 60 days after the auction ends. Not covered are pre-existing conditions, items that are received in damaged condition, or items that break within 60 days of auction end.

Below is a list of warranty benefits on a used item.

  • Costs 30-50% less than retailer warranties.
  • Provides full coverage on all mechanical failures.
  • Offers a 2 year plan for all used/refurbished/item don’t come with a 90 days or more manufacturer’s warranty.
  • Toll-free tech support. A team of product specialists are trained to handle a wide range of basic technical support matters. They will help you determine if your item can be fixed over the phone before referring you for further services.
  • 5 days claim process. If your item can’t be fixed in 5 days, you will get a full reimbursement of the original item price you paid.
  •  All parts and labor expenses are covered. There are no deductible or hidden charges.

Many buyers are thanking me for offering SquareTrade warranties on my used items and I hope you will take advantage of it too.

www.RadioComputerSupply.com

Guide to a Quick and Reliable Service for your Consumer Electronics Items

October 26, 2007

Finding a reliable servicing company for your consumer electronics item is difficult. I am proud to offer a SquareTrade warranty as the preferred warranty plan for your item. SquareTrade has been working with buyers and sellers since 1999. They are the largest provider of warranties in the eBay marketplace. A SquareTrade warranty provides a simple yet comprehensive plan to extend the life of your item. Repair is as simple as a phone call away.

As simple as…If your item needs a repair, simply call the SquareTrade toll-free number listed. A Product Specialist will handle your service request from there. They will determine if your item is eligible to be repaired or replaced. If your item needs service or repair, they will find the service center nearest you. If your Product Specialist determines that your item needs to be replaced, you will receive a full reimbursement of the original price you paid for your item. Best of all, the turnaround time is only 5 days. As comprehensive as…A SquareTrade warranty costs 30-50% less than retail warranties, protects your electronics to prevent any mechanical and electrical issues that occur through normal use, and offers 2-3 years extended peace of mind after the manufacturer’s warranty ends. As reliable as…

SquareTrade gives 100% Buyer Satisfaction. They covers all costs for parts and labor. No hidden cost or deductibles. They provide a nationwide service network and are fully insured by an A-rated insurance carrier.

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Having trouble buying a used electronics item with an unbeatable price?

October 26, 2007

No doubt buying a used item is always a tough decision. You don’t know how long you can use it or whether it’s worth the small investment.

I’d like to recommend SquareTrade’s warranty. They are offering warranties that cover used consumer electronics. Their warranty is a worry free plan on all warrantable used/refurbished items. They provides a full 24 months of coverage, starting 60 days after the auction ends. Not covered are pre-existing conditions, items that are received in damaged condition, or items that break within 60 days of auction end.Below is a list of warranty benefits on a used item.

  • Costs 30-50% less than retailer warranties.
  • Provides full coverage on all mechanical failures.
  •  Offers a 2 year plan for all used/refurbished/item don’t come with a 90 days or more manufacturer’s warranty.
  • Toll-free tech support. A team of product specialists are trained to handle a wide range of basic technical support matters. They will help you determine if your item can be fixed over the phone before referring you for further services.
  • 5 days claim process. If your item can’t be fixed in 5 days, you will get a full reimbursement of the original item price you paid.
  • All parts and labor expenses are covered. There are no deductible or hidden charges.

Many buyers are thanking me for offering SquareTrade warranties on my used items and I hope you will take advantage of it too.

www.RadioComputerSupply.com
 

BossMate, Sawhorse, Workbench, log rack, protable shelving

June 28, 2007

BossMate, Sawhorse, Workbench, log rack, protable shelving

“The Bossmate is a really cool and simple idea; this company offers many variations of the basic Bossmate that should provide many uses — from a small, inverted version to use as a log rack to some that are suitable for use in your pickup as ladder/pipe racks.  You can also get a set of adjustable feet for uneven terrain.”

I’ll admit that when I first saw this, I thought, “Oh, another portable sawhorse.”  But when you see some of the crazy things you can form the Bossmate into — like, for example, a full workbench! — it starts to look pretty slick.  Obviously its portability’ll make it a winner on the jobsite, but this might also work well as a workplace in an apartment garage or in other situations where building something “to fit” isn’t a good option.

The Bossmate ships in three basic versions: the Primate (a heavy-duty version of the original Bossmate), the Mightymate (a light-duty version), and the Handymate (a short version).  You can then add numerous attachments to customize any of the for the job at hand.  Attachments include roller supports (great for feeding a miter saw), a shelving unit, and a board support.  You can also pimp yours out with leveling feet if you’re planning on using it in the garage or shop.

Pricing seems pretty reasonable with the Primate starting at $70.  Roller supports go for $40 as does the shelving unit.

You can checkout the options at www.handyworkbench.com
BossMate, Sawhorse, Workbench, log rack, protable shelving

for Dummies Books

May 21, 2007

What do you think about for Dummies Books? Are they educational? Are the too elementary?

I have found both ways. I like to keep them around for reference and to loan to friends who want to see if they are interested in the subjects like computers or eBay. A lot of the software dummies books actually make more sense than the manual that comes with the software. At least they do not appear to be written by geeks.

We at Radio Computer Supply specialize in …for Dummies, Computer and Electronic Books, CB & Ham Radio parts and manuals, Sam Photofacts for CB, Auto Radios, Transistor Radios and a wide variety of other items.

We buy closeouts, liquidations; have fun at yard sales, flea markets and Ham Radio meets.

I have FCC 1st class and other various FCC licenses. We use to own a CB & Two-way radio sales and service then along came cell phones and the Business Band radio business went to pot.

Wal-Mart started to sell new CB Radios, cheaper than I could repair them so that went south also. Now I have a lot of CB repair parts and Sams Photofacts to unload to eBay. I’ll get them up some day in the eBay store. We accept PayPal, Money Order & Cashiers Check.

We have purchased several new and used books from book liquidators and book stores going out of business so we can pass the savings on to you. Browse our eBay store at www.RadioComputerSupply.com and save big!

Jim (Radio-ComputerGuy)
www.RadioComputerSupply.com
http://myworld.ebay.com/radio-computerguy

EBay Power Seller and Trading Assistant

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