Lawsuit Filed Against Apple, Inc. over Sale of Refurbished Devices and Parts Under Their Extended Warranty Plans

A lawsuit has been filed against Apple, Inc. regarding its extended warranty plans alleging that Apple has sold devices and provided replacement product as “new” when they were not…

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PB Heat, LLC/Peerless® Boilers Selects Trinity Warranty as Extended Warranty Services Partner

PB Heat, LLC/Peerless® Boilers Selects Trinity Warranty as Extended Warranty Services Partner

November 10, 2014, Itasca, IL – Trinity Warranty announces PB Heat, LLC/Peerless® Boilers has joined the growing number of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that rely on the company for extended warranties and other value added services.

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Toco Warranty Launches TocoCares Portal

Toco Warranty Corp., recently launched a new online car care portal called “TocoCares” (, providing car owners with information about caring for their vehicles.  The information ranges from maintenance suggestions and ways to reduce the cost of repairs to travel and safe driving tips.

Two recent articles:

 •            “Preparing your car for cold weather” (

•             “Worried about unexpected car repair bills? Be calm and drive on!” (–Be-calm-and-drive-on-)

Toco Warranty Corporation (an AmTrust Financial Company) is a leading direct to consumer vehicle service contracts company.

Lenovo Recalls Computer Power Cords Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Lenovo is recalling approximately 500,000 computers in the US and Canada.  This recall involves Lenovo’s LS-15 AC power cord manufactured from February 2011 to December 2011.  The power cords were distributed with IdeaPad brand B-, G-, S-, U-, V- and Z-series laptop computers and Lenovo brand B-, G- and V-series laptop computers. The recalled power cords are black in color and have the “LS-15″ molded mark on the AC adapter end. The manufacture date code in the format REV: 00 YYMM is on a label attached to the cord.

Lenovo has received reports from outside the U.S. of 15 incidents involving overheating, sparking, melting and burning.

Consumers should immediately unplug and stop using the recalled power cords and contact Lenovo for a free replacement. Consumers can continue to use the computer on battery power.