EVGA introduces its new and improved global warranty
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
EVGA, a renown manufacturer of high-end computer components has today announced its new global warranty.
Standing behind its product line, EVGA is now offering a minimum of a 3 year warranty with optional registration on all products purchased on or after July 1st, 2011 (except for recertified and 1 Year Warranty products). From now on, the warranty will no longer be non-transferable, and new bonuses will also be available for those that do register within 30 days of purchase.
Additionally, registration is no longer required for RMAs and Step-Up as well as Extended Warranty will be available for all original owners registered with the new global RMA system within 30 days of purchase. In case of house transfer you can now send your product back to your local warranty centre, no matter the region where you purchased it. Finally, a new Standard Cross-Shipping RMA service is now available for free (however a credit card will be required for this service to hold in place until EVGA gets the defective card back).
More details to come from EVGA on April 2nd.
Source: Press Release