Caveat emptor, let the buyer beware, is a traditional marketplace warning. It cautions a person to be very careful about what is being purchased, and many people are. They will hedge their bets so to speak by buying a warranty. This covers the cost of repair, but even this has a cautionary note. There are those who will not honor the warranty. It is why a group legal plan needs to consider warranties and consumer protection. Continue reading
The Internet is remarkable, but even cyberspace has limitations. There are times when people want to talk and interact with a human being. It applies in particular if there are legal issues. Unfortunately, not all group legal plan services do that. Instead, they rely on a website with a question and answer page. Continue reading
Consumers look for ways to keep repair costs down, and it is why they buy warranties. Some forget to purchase
one from the manufacturer and these people can fall victim to third-party warranty companies. Such business establishments have no direct connection to the product covered, and will use high-pressure sales tactics to convince a person to purchase a warranty. It happens too often the third-party does not honor the warranty and relies on consumer ignorance to get away with it. Those who have a group legal plan benefit have a means of protecting themselves.