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Royal Mail Airmail: would they pay compensation if item lost by the destination country's postal service?

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Selling something on eb4y. got interest form an eb4yer in central asia with good feedback. tempted but want to know my risks


anyone has expereience? i could ask RM directly but it'll take ages for them to answer.

thanks in advance 4 help.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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It depends how you send it and how much it is worth.

I had an item get lost in spain, i think i sent it recorded (i cant remember) and i got refunded £39.
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Jetpac
It depends how you send it and how much it is worth.

I had an item get lost in spain, i think i sent it recorded (i cant remember) and i got refunded £39.


Thanks for the answer.... repped:thumbsup:

The item values much less than the automatic cover for all RM services (£39).

I just need to know if RM denies responsibilty by saying that item lost not under theri network/service.

From your answer apparently they cover the lost all the way to the destined address... which is good news for me
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i have had a couple of airmail items go missing in the past, they werent sent recorded but royal mail still refunded, although i think you do have to wait a bit longer than the normal 15 days before you can claim
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Jimston
i have had a couple of airmail items go missing in the past, they werent sent recorded but royal mail still refunded, although i think you do have to wait a bit longer than the normal 15 days before you can claim


thanks... this is exactly the answer i wanted to hear :thumbsup:

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