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Old 12-18-2012, 02:13 PM   #5
BinahYeteirah
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Re: Insuring Traded Items

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Originally Posted by expaik View Post
You don't have to provide a receipt. Just some kind of proof of value of whatever is in the package. When I had to open an insurance claim for a damaged Blackberry phone, I just printed out a page on eBay showing how much the Blackberry phone was going for now. (I claimed $100, which was how much coverage I had paid for, and the USPS ended up paying $84).
It's good to know they will accept other methods of proving the value. I just figured they would be strict based on my past experience. Something I bought on eBay was damaged and they were very difficult when processing my claim even though I had my eBay receipt. One woman told me there was no way my item was worth as much I claimed, even though I had the receipt to prove I paid that amount. It was a three month ordeal, but I did finally get reimbursed.

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Originally Posted by expaik View Post
Make sure that you create an item-by-item list of what's in there when you buy the insurance.
Is there somewhere to type this list if you buy your postage online?
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