$50 for a screen protector with a FAKE warranty. Then a $10 fee and a return requirement to discourage you from using it or bilk you for more. But if you do you use it essentially buy a new one still at an inflated price so they make even more money.
If you were to use this warranty for the full 7 replacements it would cost you $120. That’s 5 times what everyone else charges. You could buy roughly 40 equal or better glass protectors for what this bogus warranty scheme cons you for AND that’s if you have time to play the stupid return game they set up. If you don’t return the broken pieces they action you for another $50. How isn’t this being investigated for fraud?
I don’t want replies from blockheads who refer me to the terms of their fine print. I purchased this as an overpriced add on (AS IM SURE MOST OTHERS DO) when I bought the phone. I wasn’t shopping for a dependant and no one else is either. If everyone was told the information I just wrote above when they were pitched this thing they wouldn’t sell any and everyone knows that.
We always want to provide you with the support needed. All warranty replacements on Zagg products are handled by Zagg directly. For any concerns reach out to them with the following link: https://www.zagg.com/us/en_us/support/contact/contact-us
You can get 3 of them for $12 on Amazon. Availing the warranty costs $6 shipping every time. It's a numbers game for Verizon. You buy a $700 phone? You want screen insurance. How much will you pay? They guess about $50.
Zagg should refund the shipping upon receiving the broken protector from customers. That might make more sense.
The other issue I just came across is that the screen protector we purchased is out of stock now, so no action can be taken according to the Zagg website. No Warranty claim can be put in. So if they stop making the one you buy they wont replace it with another product. Nice way to do business. Also the Verizon salesman pushing this garbage product failed to mention you had to go through Zagg to get the replacement. His exact words were bring it in whenever it breaks and we will give you a new one. For the people saying read the fine print there was no fine print, just the garbage spewing from the mouth of the Verizon salesperson. My receipt from verizon does not mention anything about the garbage warranty.
The warranty information is in the Zagg paperwork, including how to register your purchase.
Like many products, it’s probably made in China, which means they will not be restocked.