Does “Lifetime Warranty” Mean You Have To Keep The Receipt For A Lifetime?

Does “Lifetime Warranty” Mean You Have To Keep The Receipt For A Lifetime?

Yesterday, we told you about what an easy time one Consumerist reader had when trying to get a replacement part for his 7-year-old Kohler faucet. Unfortunately, not every company is as generous when it comes to lifetime warranties. [More]

How To Protect Your Receipts

How To Protect Your Receipts

There’s a slight problem with many receipts these days–they’re printed on thermal paper, and over time they fade. Some readers were discussing this in the Kodak warranty thread from earlier this week, and I thought it might be useful to highlight it here for other readers. [More]

Without Proof Of Purchase, Your Warranty Options May Be Limited

Without Proof Of Purchase, Your Warranty Options May Be Limited

Rob’s digital photo frame stopped working a few days ago, so he contacted Kodak to see whether they could help him. He writes that he knew it was at least one month out of warranty because the warranty is for one year, and he’d been given it as a gift a year ago on Christmas. Still, he was hoping Kodak would cut him a deal or do some sort of above-and-beyond thing.
 
Instead, he found out that as far as Kodak was concerned, it had been out of warranty for over two years