C'mon, everyone needs an extended warranty. Don't you want an extended warranty? If I was in your position I would take the extended warranty.
>.> i had one of them sales men's people before, asked if i was retarded as a joke, and i wnt to the manager and got a 30% dicount on my ipod
You NEED that iCrack, so of COURSE they're gonna take advantage and try and get you an extended warrenty.
I've had at least one Gamestop employee give me a warranty on a game without asking if I wanted one or telling me he gave it to me. Not to mention, it's on a DS game, which I find stupid- I've never had a game made after the N64 break on me, and even with old games they seem to break only about a billion years after I'm done playing them. Why the heck would I want a warranty on one?</rant>
The one time my parents didn't get the extended warranty, the tv broke after the original warranty ended
best response to an offer of an extended warranty:buyer:so you're telling me you expect this to break right after I get it?seller:I'm saying you should be protectedbuyer:so you're demanding protection money from me now? seller:I didn't say that sir...
@ Matthew62^ LOL!!!
Oh man.. *tears in eyes* i spent a lot of happy time on this site. So happy I found it. I seldom (if ever) laugh at webcomics, I almost broke my stomach laughing. now I only wish there was an unlimited amount of cartoons for me to read everyday though :/
Only thing the extended warranty is appropriate for is portable electronics. If I am buying a fragile piece of electronics I can't fix myself (or, indeed, even get parts for reasonably) and I intend to move it around, I want a no-fault warranty. The one time I didn't take that type of insurance out on a laptop, I DID drop it and spent twice the warranty price on getting a new screen.
You should've taken CrackCare.
Back in 1994, I bought a VCR and got the extended warranty (two years instead of one year). The VCR broke down after one year and that’s when I found out the company that sold me the extended warranty had gone out of business.
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