Terms and Conditions
This is a legal contract (referred to hereinafter as the “Plan”). By purchasing it, you understand that it is such a contract and acknowledge that you have had the opportunity to read the terms and conditions set forth herein.
Obligor: The company obligated under the Plan in all states except Florida is Asurion Service Plans, Inc., whose address is P.O. Box 061078, Chicago, Illinois 60606-1078, telephone 1-866-856-3882. In Florida, the company obligated under the Plan is Asurion Service Plans of Florida, Inc. whose address is P.O. Box 061078, Chicago, Illinois 60606-1078, telephone 1-866-856-3882.
Instructions: You must keep the receipt for this product; it is an integral part of this Plan and you may be required to reference it to obtain service. This Plan, including the terms, conditions, limitations, exceptions and exclusions, the receipt containing the length of this Plan, commencement date and product identification constitute the entire agreement.
Definitions: Throughout this Plan the words (1) “we”, “us”, or “our” refer to the company obligated under this Plan, as referenced in the Obligor section above; (2) “you” and “your” mean the purchaser of the Covered Product(s) and any authorized transferee/assignee of the purchaser; (3) “administrator” refers to (a) Asurion Services, LLC in all states and DC except in FL; and (b) Asurion Service Plans of Florida, Inc. (a service warranty association) in FL, (“Asurion” refers collectively to Asurion Services, LLC, and Asurion Service Plans of Florida, Inc.). The administrator can be contacted at: P.O. Box 1340, Sterling, VA 20167; (4) “retailer” and “Music & Arts” means the entity selling the covered product and this Plan; (5) “product” means the consumer item(s) which you purchased concurrently with and is covered by this Plan; (6) “breakdown” refers to the mechanical or electrical failure of the product caused by: a) defects in workmanship and/or materials, b) normal wear and tear, c) power surges, and d) unintentional or accidental damage that occurs in the course of normal use or handling (“ADH”).