Defective lockboxes are relatively rare. In fact, since January 2016 only 0.6% of all lockboxes were found to be faulty. But just because broken lockboxes are uncommon doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Should you find yourself with a faulty iBox Bluetooth lockbox, rest assured knowing you’re covered under warranty (as long as it’s registered with SupraNet).
If your lockbox is acting up, give a call into our Helpdesk so we can troubleshoot and try to get things back to normal. If we find your lockbox is defective, we’ll send you the Warranty Request Form. When filling out this form, pay attention to two often overlooked areas.
All Fields on the Warranty Request Form Must be Completed
Some commonly overlooked fields include a signature, serial number, shackle code and the location of the lockbox. Missing anyone of the items in the list can delay the replacement process.
The Warranty Request Form Must be Completed by the Lockbox Owner
It’s common for other agents to run across a problem with a lockbox and contact ARMLS to report it as defective. While anyone can contact the Helpdesk for assistance with a difficult lockbox, only the owner can complete the Warranty Request Form.