No, the Capital One Walmart Rewards® Mastercard® does not have return protection coverage. Return protection is a benefit that offers reimbursement for undamaged, working items purchased with a credit card that cannot be returned to the merchant within a certain number of days of purchase. This benefit is becoming rarer as time goes on, however, as many issuers have dropped it to cut costs.
Yes, the Walmart Credit Card does offer extended warranty protection. The Walmart Credit Card extended warranty policy will lengthen the original manufacturer’s warranty by up to 2 extra years for warranties of 2 years or less. The maximum coverage amount per item under the Walmart Credit Card extended warranty policy is $10,000.… read full answer
Walmart Credit Card extended warranty protection does not cover motorized vehicles, live animals, live plants, or used items, among other things. For more details on this perk’s terms and conditions, refer to the guide to benefits that came with your Walmart Credit Card or ask Capital One customer service.
In addition to extended warranty coverage, theWalmart Credit Card offers price protection, cellphone protection, and mastercard ID theft protection. It also has an annual fee of $0. All in all, the Walmart Credit Card is a good credit card for people who shop at Walmart often.
Yes, Capital One offers price protection. The Capital One price protection benefit reimburses cardholders the difference between the price originally paid for an item and a lower sale price advertised by any retailer within 120 days of the purchase date. Capital One price protection does not cover certain items, such as jewelry, art, auction items, and real estate.… read full answer
To be covered by Capital One price protection, the cardholder must have paid for the item entirely using one of these cards or rewards earned with the card. The coverage has a limit of $250 per item, with an annual limit of $1,000 per account.
To file a Capital One price protection claim, call the Benefit Administrator or visit the card benefits website and request a claim form within 120 days of when the lower price was first advertised. Then, submit the form and any other required documents, such as a copy of the printed advertisement that shows the date of advertisement, an itemized sales receipt, and a copy of the billing statement demonstrating the purchase, within 180 days of when you opened the claim. Refer to your benefits guide for complete details.
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