I buy lots of things on Amazon. Something I purchased offered me the warranty so I bought it figuring that they system would pair the insurance policy or warranty or whatever it is -- with the product I purchased it for so that I'd know what the warranty was for. THEY DON'T TELL YOU.
It's clear they do not want to honor it or they'd have a way of registering your protection against your product in the Amazon system so that you can look it up there. That's the whole benefit of using Amazon is that your entire history is there -- or so I thought. This is clearly a way to make sure there's no proof what the insurance applies to so that if you don't know what it's for you're screwed.
In fact even if you did know what it was for how would you prove it? I see no way to do so and will therefore not be sucked into this again. Fortunately I chose to experiment with a low cost item the first time around. Took me almost a year to discover this problem.
So yes I bought the warranty but it's useless to me as I don't know what product is insured/warranted or whatever their product is.