hsa home warranty coverage and cost

About 85% of the home warranty amount is absolutely profit and commission to the people. It is unbelievable—the vast majority. About 12% of the extended warranty or the home warranty or the electronics warranty is actually the risk that you’re taking. In other words, the cost of the average item breaking down within the warranty period usually runs about 12%. The rest of what you’re paying is profit, commissions, overhead and marketing costs. I would rather just take the chance.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

So I waited and called back Wednesday. No movement and no one to talk to. They tried to email Ms because apparently she doesn’t have a phone number. Called back Thursday twice and Friday twice. Same thing, they will email her, there is no one we can talk to, and apparently this poor excuse for a worker is the manager. So they escalated my claim to an emergency, which did nothing except “special treatment”. Now we are waiting. And hopefully we get some movement because the last call resulted in a nice man saying the home inspection was never uploaded into the account but Ms . Our next call back from a “manager” is scheduled for Tuesday, because you know, 24 48 business hours. So here we wait. I do not at ALL encourage anyone to use them under any circumstances.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

I asked him straight out how long this would take to fix based on all the terrible reviews I've read online from 2 10 about it taking months to get service and he said it really just depends. I had a stomach ache from reading reviews that night but hoped for the best that we would not be without air much longer in the July, 90 degree heat. I was THRILLED this morning when Willie, the contractor, called me at 8 am to tell me he had the part in stock, 2 10 had approved the claim and he'd be out today to fix our unit. He had it up and running in just a few short hours and everything was resolved within 36 hours of me making my claim. I realize that this does not seem to be the norm based on all the reviews but it seems as though we lucked out with a great contractor who got the job done quickly and efficiently for us and a rep Katrina who was very helpful in getting our claim pushed through. I paid our $100 service call fee to the contractor and no other out of pocket fees. I wanted to take the time to write a positive review because it was a wonderful, easy process for us and hope it will be for others as well!Hi there Nick S. According to our notes, we offered to set up an additional service request to find you a new contractor and also offered at one point the option of going out of network for expedited service. You turned down both offers and said you would stick with waiting for the appointment in order to not suffer any further delays. I am concerned to hear that we made you feel as though it was "your fault" that this request was not going quickly. If you could reply to this with a private message elaborating more on how we made you feel that way, we would greatly appreciate it.