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Posting a Computer Tower, with insurance for £400

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I've looked at the usual places, but with insurance they seem to be about £50! What's the best way to send a computer tower so that it is insured for the full value? Read More
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I've looked at the usual places, but with insurance they seem to be about £50!

What's the best way to send a computer tower so that it is insured for the full value?
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
I think with parcel2go you can pay an extra £2 or so to get it up to that amount of insurance though like every reseller they have bad reps for paying out
#2
Parcel2Go want an extra £25 to cover up to £500, and have to use a more expensive base service as well. comes out at £50 ish, that was where i tried :)
#3
send with normal insurance but bubble wrap it ....... i have sent xbox's & dvd's thru courier and always been fine
#4
Hmm, how is ParcelTree? DHL Diamond is £20.55 insured for up to £500
banned#5
Interparcel...It's £16.95 for next day...I sent a Vaio a few weeks back with them and got it covered up to £1000
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peodude
Hmm, how is ParcelTree? DHL Diamond is £20.55 insured for up to £500


I've used them a few times, the communication isn't good as parcel2go, as in you get less progress emails and they don't provide a printable packing slip....but they are about 20% cheaper so it's worth it
#7
tip: write on parcel RETURNING FOR REPAIR

to stop it getting nicked.

thx to another HUKD er for this tip. i am just sharing it cos i thought it was clever
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blackpeppa
tip: write on parcel RETURNING FOR REPAIR

to stop it getting nicked.


It is a good idea, but mightn't this affect the way they handle it, if they think it is broke anyway?

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