Finally, Online Product Life Cycle Management for Consumers

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Warranty Life today released a new version of its website, unveiling its product life cycle service. Geared towards making consumer’s lives easier, Warranty Life helps manage a person’s purchase from beginning to the end, while offering significant benefits along the way.

Get more from your products when you bring it to life.

People buy products all the time, yet they can't keep track of their receipts. When problems happen, they become frustrated in dealing with the issues. Is the product covered? Where can it be fixed? Is it still covered under extended warranty?

The Warranty Life site has been designed to track all that on behalf of the consumer for free.
Users can load receipts, track product details such as manufacturer or extended warranties, service information and manuals from anywhere they shop. Consumers can also find options to buy additional protection plans and in many cases, save up to 40% off of big box stores.

Plans purchased from Warranty Life will be tracked online, provides Terms and Conditions and deals if claims become a problem — all that in a click of a button.

Even if the user needs help under the manufacturer warranty, or no-warranty scenario, the site will provide them with repair options covering the US with Canadian listings coming soon all at no charge.

At the end of a product's life, the Warranty Life system will provide options for selling it. Currently, Warranty Life will buy back cell phones that could help users fund their next phone upgrade.

“Consumers can now get more value out of their products than ever before. Many times, if things break, people don’t fix it because they’re just too busy, or bought an extended service contract and can’t find the paperwork, then when they do find it, spend far too much time on online or on the phone trying to figure it out. Warranty Life takes care of all that,” says CEO Richard Hui.

“When people are done with their product, whether it be a cell phone, computer, tablet, TV, or even a fridge, they often recycle or toss it. In many cases, people don’t get full value for the things they own.

As a product, it loses value over time. The sooner it is sold, the more value retained and if that device happens to be still covered under extended warranty, sellers always get top dollar.

So, not only does Warranty Life track your product, multiple benefits are enjoyed. Investing a few minutes to load your purchases, results in consumers saving time and money," adds Richard Hui.

About Warranty Life
Warranty Life helps consumers keep track of their products for free. Offering a large manufacturer and product database, Warranty Life provides additional access to manuals, service and repair information for its users.

In addition to product tracking, Warranty Life offers a comprehensive selection of extended protection plans for the United States and Canada a robust buy back program for cell phones and other products.

Warranty Life is available to partner retailers, warranty providers, distributors or OEMs as a value add to end customers while providing additional revenue options. Visit http://www.warrantylife.com for more information.

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