I personally dont care enough about the conversation to go researching statistics, but if you're IQ is higher than, say, a half retarded giraffe, id think you'd easily accept that what i said is, in fact, exactly right.
Originally Posted by OutSpoken
As far as being honest...i was perfectly aware that there is accidental coverage on almost ANY electronic equipment you buy, even phones (Best Buy has a doozie of a plan where you pay some stupid amount of money to cover what is essentially a deductible of like $85 and they replace your phone...i think for a time they were even offering it on the iPhone)...but in case you havent lived in the real world very long, its safe to say that these 3rd party accident protection plans are about as helpful and legitimate as those offered on cars (maintenance plans/extended warranties)...getting into the fine print of things, you find that you've essentially paid for a VERY scrutinized warranty...which in the end usually costs MORE than the phone costs to replace, not to mention the deductible, lol.
And since you want to be so curt about it, don't try to back out of the discussion by saying "Its my opinion, blah blah blah, let's leave it at that", if you're going to run in with your knuckles clinched, dont back out before the retort, shows you have no argument...which you dont really because truthfully, as you pointed out, it IS my opinion (which is irrelevant in a sense of having to PROVE it)...AND, you also have ZERO evidence to denounce my comment, you simply disagree.
Now what exactly was your point again? That they physically have these warranties? lol...i never denied they did, i simply laughed at both the absurdity of the nature of protecting a cell phone from accidental damage, and the legitimacy of the companies that do offer this "service"...what do you want to debate here? What is your argument? I'm seeing someone trying to start an argument over what was essentially a knock on 3rd party accident protection plans? lmfao...you might as well start an argument supporting the ethics of a backwoods used car salesman.