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Insurance Reports

Having your computer out of action is bad enough, but having to deal with the frustrations of making an insurance claim can really drive you crazy! Let us help make thing easier by writing up a comprehensive report for your insurer. We can even send it through for you! Here’s what we’ll do:

Assess the damage
Assess the damage

Zapped by lightning? Water damage? Accidentally dropped? We’ll do a full assessment of your computer identifying the cause of the problem and what damage has been done.

Work out the options
Repair or replacement options

Can we fix the computer and get it up and running again, or is it terminal and the only way forward is to replace it? We’ll give you and your insurance company all the options so you can get back on your feet again!

Write up a report
Write up a report

Armed with this information, your Geeks2U technician will write up a clear, concise report listing all the details your insurer wants to see, making the whole claim process so much smoother. We’ll even send the report through to your insurer to save you the hassle!

 

 

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