I was sold a brightstar device protection warranty through Fido. My camera was cracked and had to pay a 100$ to get it fixed.
When I got my phone back, weeks later I dipped a supposedly a water resistant (up to 1.5 m and can swim up to 30 min in fresh water) in a 50cm fresh water for less than 5 sec and it broke down.
I contacted Samsung warranty and they said that it is Brightstar's fault becasue after they repair a device, they do not test it for water resistance, so I went forward and contacted Brightstar to explain my case. Their response was they do not guarantee that the device you recieve back after repair will be water resistant.
So Why not tell users about that ?? you think thats a minor detail !!!! It is not stated in the contract as well.
Fido should not be affiliated with this entity. As a commodity that relies heavily on brand equity, Brightstar will drag you down and before you know it you'll start losing your customers.
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We're really sad that your experience with Brightstar wasn't a smooth one, definitely not what we want our customers to go through
Can you tell us more about what happened? Were you able to file a claim and was it processed?