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How are claims handled?
Depending on the type of product, the claim will be handled one of the following ways:
Carry-In: You will be instructed to take your device to a local authorized service provided. Covered Products must be delivered and picked up by you at the authorized service center during normal business hours.
Depot: You will be provided with a shipping label for you to ship your failed product to the nearest repair facility. Your product must be properly protected with bubble wrap or other protective materials. We are not responsible for and have no liability for product damaged in shipping. Your repaired product will be mailed back to you at no charge.
Express: You will be mailed a shipping box and return label with instructions for you to ship your failed product to a designated repair facility. Return postage of your repaired product is covered by the plan.
Replacement: You will be shipped a replacement product once claim has been validated. You will be require to ship the defective device back to the plan administrator. Failing to ship the defective product may result in you being charged for the replacement device.
In-Home (for large appliances): The Solution Center team will arrange for a technician to come to your home to assess the problem and perform the repair if possible.
If you have an additional question or want to talk to a Safeware representative directly, contact our Solution Center at 800-800-1492, Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm EST.
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