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How to Get Your Money Back on Broken or Stolen Electronics

Electronics can often break, disappear, or erupt into fireballs. Many consumers don’t get their money back. Fortunately, you can get reimbursed for all manner of mishaps — even for out-of-warranty devices. However, refunds may require a credit card, documentation, and persistence. Let’s start with a hypothetical scenario: you purchased a device, and it breaks. What should you do? Your course of action depends on when you bought the device, whether you used a credit card, and what kind of credit card you own.
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