I purchased a 55' Vizio TV and paid $39.00 for 3 year coverage at the time I made my purchase the clerk told me it covered accidental damage so I took her word and paid for the insurance. Then one day after moving around my living room furniture my TV fell and my screen broke I called it in since I paid for insurance I was told by all state it was not covered for accidental damage when I called Walmart to ask for info regarding this the lady told me that's what they are told to say even though it's not covered for accidental damage so it's a scam to get customers to pay basically an extra $40 for nothing.
Insurance tells you they only cover if your TV goes out (bulb.ect.) wouldn't that be a manufacturer default or problem so why pay for the insurance in the first place and who's scamming customers is it Allstate or Walmart or are they both in on it? think of how many customers have purchased insurance and never had products replaced.
User's recommendation: Insurance is a scam from both Walmart and Allstate don't pay for it.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Protection Plan.
Monetary Loss: $410.
Preferred solution: Replace my TV with an exchange .
Walmart Pros: I usually love shopping at walmart.
Walmart Cons: Protection plan scams clerks are lying to consumers.
Location: 100 Ryan Drive, Red Oak, TX 75154