I would like to join the class action that I bought my first Sears product in 1958. I spent 30 years in the military, and we always bought Sear`s aircraft, because no matter where we were in the U.S., there was a Sears. We bought our house in 1993. It was fully equipped with Sears products. We entered into a safeguard agreement that covered all products purchased from Sears. It worked pretty well for a while then started changing the thimngs to the Worsr. The first gardening equipment was no longer covered. Then the articles were limited to 20. Then the hVAC systems became 4 elements.
Microwaves have been eliminated. The service remained appropriate. Do they have a master protection contract on Samsung microwave by Sears. First call on June 20 part delivered July 3 missing some parts of technology ordered and now delivered only on July 24 at 6:30 p.m. Now it cannot be installed until the 26th. Because tomorrow park has more than 20 days to reach the chair and now Sears still 2 days before repairing, how can I participate in this group action I would like to join a lawsuit against Sears. The number of hours I spent going to one person and having my fridge repaired is incredible, unless you have worked with Sears. They came out 6 times and I tried to get endless times and hours to get what I think is a “ghost” dept.
I started this June 5th and had to eat and buy ice cream for 3 months. I`m the SICK of Sears!!!!!! I have documented who I spoke to, when and for how long, and I have 16 pages typed with notes. I`m with you. The customer service was so horrible that it`s criminal. As my refrigerator repair is processed, you exceed a month of a refrigerator that does not work, no compensation without alternative and three visits from technicians. The No Lemon Guarantee with my protection plan can never be satisfied because the service arrives so slowly and the refrigerator is down for so long. A status hearing is scheduled for August 29 for the Sears Protection Plan for a Group Action. Plaintiffs Nina Greene and Gerald Greene allege that they entered into and paid for several device service agreements with Sears from 1994 to 2014, but that these agreements did not actually cover their products.