Does anyone else feel like warrnties are getting so specific and so useless, you wonder why companies even offer them anymore?
We had to take our minivan in today. The passenger side door keeps not opening. I figure, it's under warranty, let's go get it checked-out (sometimes it will open, but now -- more often then not it won't open). So... we take it in. He tells us that if an actual part hasn't failed we have to pay the diagnostic. Well, SOMETHING has failed -- it won't open. but I guess this is part of life.
However, the more I learn about warranties I just think they're a load of crock.
Does anyone else feel that way? Has anyone ever had warranty service that they thought was amazing? Costco, up until now, would've been my thought for that. I love how could take stuff back with no questions asked.
I am fairly certain that no longer is the customer always right.