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If you are no longer using a film distributor's product anymore, should they have the right to disavow future lifetime warranty claims that may occur on installations that you have done using their product?

Presuming the divorce from one another has not been amicable. :evilgrin:please

I'd be interested to see how you sit with this.

Devil

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Guest thetintshop

no they shouldn't. film companies are no different than insurance companies--they're gonna find any way they can to keep from paying a claim.

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no they shouldn't. film companies are no different than insurance companies--they're gonna find any way they can to keep from paying a claim.

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Guest Jason

Ive experienced the same scenarios, not with tint, but with aftermarket accesories. I find if you just stick to it and dont accept no for an answer you can usually get whats coming to you. Same thing with insurance companies, and im guessing film companies. :evilgrin

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Well the latest is that I'm still waiting on a claim I put in a month ago, all legit, and when I rang up to ask why the lack of response, it's because I didn't supply the original invoice copy from nearly 10 years ago. :cry

This is despite the second redo having all the documentation and it's failure noted but no that's not good enough. :DD The customer might have changed his identity. :coffee:chick

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