Claim Long & Foster Home Warranty Before You Know It
Long & Foster is one of the largest real estate companies in the U.S. It handles the sale and purchase of residential and commercial real estate together with insurance and home warranties, property management, title and settlement services, mortgage, and marketing for developers and builders.
What Does Long & Foster Home Warranty Cover?
The Cinch home protection plan, formerly known as Long & Foster home warranty plan, includes the following coverage:
- Repair and replacement for mechanical failures of major systems and appliances
- Outside sewer line coverage
- Unlimited HVAC systems
- Premium appliance option, i.e., replacement of professional series or premium appliances
- Homeowners insurance deductible reimbursement:
- Of up to $1,000 annually when you need to pay a deductible on your homeowners claim
- One reimbursement claim per member per year
- Long & Foster’s service commitment
You can check out more details in the warranty terms and conditions.
How To File a Long & Foster Home Warranty Claim With DoNotPay?
If you have problems with your home systems or appliances under the Long & Foster home warranty or the Cinch home protection, DoNotPay can help you claim your warranty in the blink of an eye.
Here is how to start the process:
- Access DoNotPay from a web browser
- Go to the Claim Warranty feature
- Choose Home Warranty
- Enter the warranty details and describe the problems you are having with your home systems or appliances
- Click on the Submit My Claim button
Cinch Home Services will get your warranty claim automatically, and their customer care representative should contact you in due time.
Apart from saving you time when claiming a home warranty, DoNotPay can supply useful information on warranties for your used car.
How To Claim Long & Foster Home Warranty on Your Own?
You will need more time to file a Cinch home service plan request by yourself, but you can do it via:
- An online form
- Your account
Submit Your Claim Online
If you would like to request service online, here is what you should do:
- Open the online request form
- Choose a way to search for your plan by entering your ZIP and:
- Plan number
- Phone number
- Name and house number
- Click on the Next button
Once your contract is found, follow further instructions.
Email Cinch Customer Care
You can get in touch with Cinch customer care by sending them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Explain your problems and provide all the necessary details. Customer service reps will explain how to proceed.
You can reach a Cinch customer care representative at (800) 778-8000, but be prepared to wait on hold for a while. To avoid wasting your time, use DoNotPay’s Jump the Queue feature.
Access Your Account
You can claim a Long Foster home warranty from your Cinch account, where you can submit a service request or check its status.
Here is a summary of available options to claim a Long & Foster home warranty or Cinch home protection plan:
|Can You Claim Your Warranty Via||Yes/No|
What To Do if Long & Foster Denies Your Warranty Claim?
If Cinch Home Services rejects your Long & Foster home warranty claim, you should not despair. DoNotPay will help you out:
- Access DoNotPay in your web browser
- Choose the Claim Warranty feature
- Select Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
- Indicate who rejected your warranty claim
- Enter the details regarding your rejected home warranty claim
Cinch will receive your appeal, and their customer care representative will get back to you. We use implied warranty laws to make sure any service provider meets your customer’s rights.
DoNotPay Is Your Trustworthy Robot PA
DoNotPay can assist you with plenty of bureaucracy-related issues. We can show you how to cancel a contract with American Home Shield or proceed when a dealer refuses to cancel your extended warranty.
Check out all our services. Open DoNotPay in any web browser and find out about:
- Getting rid of spam emails once and for all
- Waiving college application fees
- Staying in touch with your incarcerated loved ones
- Claiming warranties
- Getting a refund from any business
- Terminating redundant memberships or subscriptions
- Stopping spam text messages
- Disputing traffic tickets
- Suing legal entities and people in small claims court
- Contesting parking tickets
- Solving credit card problems
- Avoiding stalkers and harassers
- Acing government tests
- Filing insurance claims
- Finding lost property under your name
- Getting compensation and refunds for delayed or canceled flights
- Skipping waiting for customer service
- Dealing with tiresome bills
- Getting compensated for annoying robocalls
- Fighting speeding tickets
- Avoiding phone verification when signing up for services
- Making DMV appointments
- Applying for clinical trials
- Protecting your work against copyright infringement
- Signing up for free trials