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Shipping insurance advice please

Old May 4th 2006, 6:57 am
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Hi all

Quick question re shipping insurance .... we have been advised to only itemise items worth over £40 on our valuation form for standard liability insurance as anything below £40 will be automatically covered by the shippers limited liability.

Reading the very small print on the back of the form it would appear that this is correct but I wondered if anyone had any recent experience or views on this that they could share?

Many thanks! J
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Originally Posted by Jenwren
Hi all

Quick question re shipping insurance .... we have been advised to only itemise items worth over £40 on our valuation form for standard liability insurance as anything below £40 will be automatically covered by the shippers limited liability.

Reading the very small print on the back of the form it would appear that this is correct but I wondered if anyone had any recent experience or views on this that they could share?

Many thanks! J
Shippers are notorious for not paying up!! I'd think carefully about insurance but check the excess as well!!
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Old May 4th 2006, 5:37 pm
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Originally Posted by Butch Cassidy
Shippers are notorious for not paying up!! I'd think carefully about insurance but check the excess as well!!
Well of course I am hoping that they won't have to...!! I will think carefully though - just wondered what others had done.

Hope things are still going well for you .... We'll be joining you soon - J
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