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Thread: This is why you should insure your parcels.

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    CGN Regular Londonshooter's Avatar
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    Agree with 3screwsloose. My post office has offered insurance with the caveat "if it arrives broken we don't cover it. Maybe if there are truck tire marks on your parcel there's a chance".

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer GuiltySpark's Avatar
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    If I'm selling an expensive item on the EE and the buyer doesn't want to pay a few dollars for insurance I'll usually spring for it myself just to be on the safe side.

    That said the few times I've had items lost (buying and selling) from cp they've been cheap and only worth $100-$300 in insurance and CP were #######s to deal with. Practically wanted DNA tests and a Spanish inquisition over $100.

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