If you fail to send in the warranty card for an appliance you have just purchased, can the warranty be cancelled? Maybe.
Many warranty registration forms contain questions about income level, education, marital status, and age. Consumers have expressed concern about answering these questions.
Well, relax. You don’t have to provide this personal information, but if the warranty says it is necessary to return the card for warranty coverage, then be sure to do so. Just include your name, address and phone number, which should be adequate to insure coverage. There’s no reason for you to answer personal questions that have nothing to do with the product you bought.
While most warranties do not require you to send in the warranty registration card, there is a good reason to return the form to the manufacturer…so you can be notified in the event the item is recalled. The manufacturer can’t contact you if there is no record of your purchase.