HOW DOES THE PROGRAM WORK?
Schools enrolling in One2One Risk Solutions offer their students and parents, or teachers, the opportunity to pay a modest annual fee in exchange for a waiver of the full financial responsibility of a loss, subject to a reasonable deductible.
HOW DO I REGISTER MY SCHOOL-ISSUED DEVICE IN THE PROGRAM?
Once your school is set up in the program, you will be able to enroll your device by pressing the Enroll My Device button above.
WHAT INFORMATION WILL I NEED BEFORE I REGISTER?
All you will need is the name of your School and your Student ID or Participant Number.
HOW MUCH DOES THE DAMAGE WAIVER COST?
The school sets the rate based on several factors including the number of devices issued, the value of each individual device, anticipated losses, and a consideration for how claims will be managed.
HOW DO I MAKE PAYMENT FOR THE DAMAGE WAIVER?
The Enroll My Device process will take you to a payment screen where you can use a major credit card, debit card, online check using your bank routing and account number, or prepaid cash card available through your school.
WHAT HAPPENS IF A HAVE A LOSS?
Contact your school for further instructions on how to report a claim. You will be directed back to this site to pay any applicable deductible.
WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THE DAMAGE WAIVER?
Most loss and damage to your school-issued device is covered subject to the following typical exclusions:
- Any dishonest, fraudulent, malicious or criminal acts.
- An additional loss caused by the failure to use all reasonable means to protect the device after it has been damaged.
- Any loss to software, data, multimedia, or other personal information that has been placed on the device.
- Disappearance of device not reported to law enforcement.
- Any use not in accordance with school policies and procedures.
WHO DO I CALL FOR QUESTIONS?
Your first contact should be your school if you have questions about how the program works, but if there are technical issues with the website, please call 800-877-8218 between the hours of 8:00am and 4:45 pm, central time.