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He also serves as President of the National Home Service Contract Association, representing the home warranty industry and is a board member of the Real Estate Service Provider’s Council. Prior to joining CCHS, Doug was an executive at Accenture engaged in domestic and international projects in corporate strategy, global program management and key business account development. Doug holds a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Chris leads our operations and technology organizations, as well as other Administrative functions. This includes our customer service centers, service technician network, IT strategy, operations and development and all related functions. The scope of his responsibilities integrates the development of customer driven service practices along with new technology applications to ensure continual innovation in how we serve customers. Prior to joining Cross Country Chris was President of Services at Best Buy which included leading the Geek Squad and service contract business. His deep career experience also includes global executive roles at NCR Corporation, Lenovo, Dell and Compaq. Additionally, Chris serves on the Board of Trustees for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN, one of the leading multi discipline Contemporary Art Museums in the world. Andrea Kane oversees our talent management, total rewards, training and development, employee recognition and internal communications strategies. Her focus is on enhancing our organizational culture and talent capabilities to better attract, develop, retain great people, and foster a highly engaged culture as a great place to work.

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Torine said then heard from a CCHS senior claims manager, who said she would be handle everything. The manager also discussed the repair cost. The company would give a $325 "gesture discount," but it would still cost $1,000 to cover the repairs. Torine didn't care anymore. He just wanted the AC fixed. We asked CCHS what happened, but the answer back came from Sears. A Sears spokeswoman apologized and said she was watching the case "very closely. "But she offered no further explanation. Our request for more detail was volleyed to CCHS. A CCHS spokeswoman explained the $1,000 charge was because of "uncovered work. " "Home warranties are a more affordable way to protect the home on day to day issues, and to prevent catastrophic losses," she said.

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However, they also eliminate the freedom to choose your own independent contractor if you want the warranty to pay for the repair or replacement. If you don't like the contractor or the work they do, you may be stuck with them. Furthermore, repairs may be more complicated with a third party the home warranty company involved in the process than a direct negotiation between a homeowner and a contractor would be. Also, the homeowner may have little or no say in the model or brand of a replacement component though the warranty contract should provide for a similar or equivalent quality replacement. Torine said he bought a warranty for his East Hanover condo in 2016 after a recommendation from a cousin. It included all appliances in the home no matter their age or origin but not every kind of repair was covered. The warranty had a $100 deductible and cost $769 a year. So when Torine's AC died on May 5, he said he wasn't too concerned. He called for service, but the customer service representative couldn't find a repair company in his area, Torine said. "The warranty claims 'access to a trusted network of more than 40,000 pre screened service professionals,'" Torine said. "But not one in North Jersey?"The days would pass and Torine would call for updates, but the many customer service reps he spoke to couldn't find a company to do the work, he said.