It does not say any where that you have to purchased ADH with in 30 days of product. What it does say is you can not put a claim on it in the first 30 days if you purchased it after 30 days. For example you purchased your prime and square trade warranty on Jan 1, 2012. You broke it, Bork it you can turn it in any time.
Example 2 you purchased prime Jan 1, 2012 and been playing with, somebody told you about square trade its now March 1,2012 you decided to go with square trade. You within your 90 days, so you purchased square trade March 1, 2012. You just dropped your prime accidentally march 15, 2012. Well square trade said if you didn't purchase us on the day you purchase your prime, that you can not use ADH for the first 30 days which means all of March You can not use your ADH but April 1,2012 your 30 days is up and we could honor your claim
Thats what I get out of it
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I have a pretty good comprehension level and this clearly says that ADH must be bought within 30 days of item purchase.
" Warranties on Retail items can be purchased within 90 days of item purchase. However, if your item is eligible for, and you'd like our Accidental Damage from Handling (ADH) coverage your purchase window is reduced to within 30 days of the item purchase date."
I assume dude you can not read it states it clearly. I did purchased mine in January and I have the ADH when I purchased square trade in March and 4 days latter square trade called me to make sure I am happy and if I had Panetta questions. Dude ****ING read d don't add anything to it, just read