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Old 08-11-2009, 08:48 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by ruddell View Post
I was just reviewing the extended warranty description for the K2, and noticed an interesting disclaimer. It says: "Full refund allowed within 60-days (provided there has been no claim activity), prorated refund allowed after 60-days. "

What does "prorated" mean in this case? If my K2 breaks after 1 year, 11 months, will I end up paying $287 to get it replaced? If so, that is the worst warranty ever and I'm sorry I bought it.
I believe it means that if you choose not to keep the warranty in the first 60 days of coverage, you can have a full refund of the warranty purchase price, if you have not made any claims. If after 60 days you choose not to keep the warranty, you still receive a refund but it will be prorated based upon how long you've held it.
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