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Old 06-07-14, 08:02 AM
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An extended warranty is a lot like insurance. The few that benefit do so at the expense of majority that never do. That's how the providers make money. The key is analyzing your situation and your ability to cover a loss. If your situation is one in that you're significantly more likely to benefit than average, it might make sense. Also, if you couldn't afford to cover the loss and it's something that's necessary or its loss intolerable, it may be prudent.
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