EquityLock Protector Giveaway: $15 Cash Card & Six Months of Protection (5 Days Only!)
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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

EquityLock Protector Giveaway: $15 Cash Card & Six Months of Protection (5 Days Only!)

Homeowner insurance policies don't usually provide warranty coverage on appliances. You could be faced with huge unexpected expenses when your appliances break down. EquityLock Protector will give you peace of mind by protecting the six most essential appliances in your home, including washer, dryer, refrigerator, built-in microwave, dishwasher, and range/oven/cooktop. Each covered appliance will be protected up to $1,500 per 12-month period, including repair or, if necessary, replacement.

But that's not all EquityLock Protector has to offer. It'll also safeguard up to $50,000 of your home’s equity from local market downturns. Right now EquityLock Protector starts at $19.95 per month for the first 3 month. That's 75% off their regular price. The cost is $44.95 per month thereafter. Go for the special offer here.

Do you know how best to take care of your appliances? Take the fun Lock Your Appliances QUIZ below to find out. Plus, the 6 Tips to Keep your House Happy will show you how to take care of your home with minimal effort.

The Giveaway
As a way to thank you for considering their service. EquityLock Protector has generously offered to give one of my lucky readers a prize pack including 6 months of EquityLock Protector coverage (ARV $470) and a $15 Cash Card good for use at any home improvement store!


Please enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about the giveaway. Good luck!

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Disclosure: I received an EquityLock Protector free trial to facilitate my posting. No monetary exchange took place. Prize will be delivered directly to the winner from the sponsor.

2 Treasure Hunters :

clc408 said...

I learned that baking soda and water will remove odors from microwaves.

Danielle Porter said...

I learned about gas stoves! had no idea. I've only ever had electric!

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