Sears Service Contracts

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Oct 22, 2018
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I've been getting calls about renewing a couple of Sears service contracts. Why would I want a future contract with a firm that is in Chapter 11? Why are they allowed to sell these?
 

weihlac

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I've been getting calls about renewing a couple of Sears service contracts. Why would I want a future contract with a firm that is in Chapter 11? Why are they allowed to sell these?
Tell the callers you are not interested and hang up promptly. Once you recognize the # you can ignore them.

There are other third-party service contracts that you can get if you wish. Do not give Sears any money.
 

jsn55

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I've been getting calls about renewing a couple of Sears service contracts. Why would I want a future contract with a firm that is in Chapter 11? Why are they allowed to sell these?
How low can they go? This is disgusting, Gretchen ... I'm glad you posted, so that others may be warned about Sears.