I don't know about other people's families, but my family of 4 cannot go two weeks without a dryer unless I do laundry every single day and hang it around the house to dry -- working outside the house isn't possible and sitting on items we usually use for dining, exercise, etc. isn't possible either. The nearest laundromats are a town over -- that's assuming I was willing either to pay money to wash AND dry items there or to bring wet laundry in a basket to be dried there. Keep in mind that we paid for our dryer at Sears with the expectation of service, thinking it would never be necessary to pay someone else for our laundry. Which means that we are going to have to call a private repair company and pay them to repair our dryer -- this on top of what we've already paid for Sears' worthless extended service contract.
Does anyone know whether it is possible to file a report with the Better Business Bureau or someone like that? It's outrageous that Sears is selling "service contracts" and then refusing to provide service -- it's stealing from customers.