Teeter FreeStep Extended Warranty – Terms and Conditions
The FreeStep Extended Warranty Upgrade extends the 1-Year/90-Days Parts Warranty coverage on your Teeter FreeStep to a 2-Year/1-Year Parts. For specific terms of the full product warranty, see Teeter’s Warranty certificate.
The FreeStep Extended Warranty may be purchased at any time within the standard warranty period but coverage under the extended warranty will terminate 2 years from the original invoice date for the initial equipment purchase. After 2 years from the original invoice date, all product warranties are considered null and void.
Cancellation: The FreeStep Extended Warranty may be canceled within 60 days of its purchase and the customer will be entitled to a full refund. After the cancellation period has expired, the customer may request a refund in writing to the address below along with a copy of the proof of purchase, and an administrative cancellation fee of $3 will be deducted from the refund. Once the standard warranty period has expired, the FreeStep Extended Warranty cannot be canceled.
Transfer: The customer may transfer this FreeStep Extended Warranty only upon sale of the unit to another user by sending written notice of the transfer and a copy of the proof of purchase to Teeter.
Notice of cancellation or transfer must be accompanied by a copy of the proof of purchase of the FreeStep Extended Warranty and submitted in writing to Teeter – 9713 233rd Ave E – Buckley, WA 98321, or by email to [email protected]
The FreeStep Extended Warranty contract is applicable only to the registered unit serial number or a replacement unit authorized by Teeter and is not transferable to any other unit. This FreeStep Extended Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Any and all disputes arising under or related to this limited FreeStep Extended Warranty shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington, USA. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this warranty, its interpretation, or any alleged breach thereof, which cannot be amicably settled between Teeter and the owner within sixty (60) days of written notice by the aggrieved party to the other, shall be finally settled by arbitration submitted to three (3) arbitrators selected from the panels of the arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association located closest to Teeter’s principal place of business.