I recently relocated from Idaho to Ohio (Again! lol!), during transit my computer was damaged internally (among other computer related items). I bought insurance just in case! They want receipts for the damaged items.
A different box that had all my important documents in it, including receipts was lost! Totally lost, all I received was the top of the box with a note of apology from the USPS! I filled out the claim for recovering the lost items but haven't heard a word from them (been about 5 weeks now). I have accepted the fact these items are gone basically! However, I can't produce receipts for the items that were damaged because they were lost in a different box I shipped earlier, and of course it wasn't insured! Which is why I made sure every other box after that incident was insured.
Anyone have any tips on how to get this claim through, this is ridiculous, I have to jump through a zillion hoops to recover my loss! Grrrrrrrrrr.
I sent them pictures and everything else they requested except receipts!
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