Warranty question

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    Hi
    This is my first iPad and my first warranty from Apple I got the extended AppleCare plus warranty for $99 dollars. From Apple and they send me something to my email that looks like a repair slip. So I go to the Apple Store in the guy tells me they send them out as repair slips. Because it takes 72 hours for the geeks to process it I thought when you bye a warranty it's instinct. Can anyone please tell me is this how Apple does there warranty plans? I hope this makes sense. Thank you for any help on this
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    This is what I got by email. Well, the first part anyway.

    AppleCareCert.jpg

    I bought it at Verizon at the same time as the iPad; but that should not make any difference.
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    Hi Twerppoet
    Ok thank you
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    No problem.

    Is it the same thing you got?
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    No it looks like a repair slip
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    Strange.

    If you want to double check, you can go to this Apple page and enter your serial number, just to make sure you're coverage is valid.

    https://selfsolve.apple.com/agreementWarrantyDynamic.do

    It's easier to read your serial number under Settings > General > About; just incase you've been straining your eyes looking at the back of the iPad. ;)

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