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3rd Party Extended Warranty Company

I wanted to ask here as to get professionals in the industry opinion, from their experience, - what is the best, most reliable company that offers 3rd Party Extended Warranties on TV's ? TV is brand new, (well about 3 days old now) but was bought directly from Manufacturer and they do not offer extended warranties.

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Anyone ??

I’ve investigated Asurion, DTV Express, Amazon, Square Trade, etc.. but unsure whose the best and most reliable as this would be my first time getting one via 3rd party.

I appreciate any experienced input, thanks !
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If you used a credit card to buy it, check your agreement - most will give you an extra year automatically.
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This is the classified section for seeking employment and services. You can ask this in the display section. Plenty of Warranty threads.

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