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Ultimate Geek


#233769 2-May-2018 11:43
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So I have to ship my laptop (more than $2000) across the country, and CourierPost only covers up to $2000 for non-account holders.

 

While I ship allot with CourierPost and haven't ever needed the included insurance, but it's always a possibility.

 

 

 

So my question is, where can I go to get insurance for my laptop while it's in transit to get repaired?

 

I've rung up CourierPost and NZ couriers, both won't increase the insurance without an account.

 

 

 

*Shipping costs covered by Apple.


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Uber Geek


  #2006485 2-May-2018 11:50
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If the laptop is yours, it should be covered by any existing contents cover...




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  #2006491 2-May-2018 11:56
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Hmm, that's true.


 
 
 
 


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  #2006516 2-May-2018 12:41
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...but check your policy, sometimes an exclusion is when things are in transit

 

 





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