Originally Posted by WonHung
Actually, AMEX doesn't go through Pioneer and their extended warranty has nothing to do with Pioneer. What happens if you have to file a warranty claim is to have an estimate done on how much it will cost to repair said item. If the cost to repair is a certain percentage of what the item was when purchased new, they refund you what you originally paid.
I went through this procedure with a Xerox Phaser 8560MFP/D printer I paid for with my AMEX card. AMEX wanted a photocopy of the original factory warranty, the sales invoice, and a copy of the AMEX billing statement showing the entire purchase was done on my AMEX card....of course I submitted the repair estimate. Within a couple of days, I received approval to proceed. I charged the repair on my AMEX card and the warranty claims department credited my account in the amount of the repair estimate. They said if anything else came up requiring an ammendment to the estimate to let them know.
Overall, the process was painless and quick.
I have the bestbuy receipt and warranty paper. The billing statement i don't have. Can't they just look it up in their system?
There's nothing wrong with my panel, im just curious how everything would work. But seeing how i only have 6 months left it really doesn't matter.
Surprised pioneer had no parts, qwknuf6. I thought they were suppose to have those things for years?