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Posted By: dooger54 Collectible insurance coverage - Tue Sep 08 2020 05:15 PM
I know there are some very reputable collectible insurance specialty companies out there. Who are you guys using for your collections? Prefer to do something I can buy myself online.
Posted By: Tankar Re: Collectible insurance coverage - Tue Sep 08 2020 09:35 PM
I had gone with collectibles but they kept jacking the rates up and I had no claims so I dropped them.
Posted By: pasngas Re: Collectible insurance coverage - Wed Sep 09 2020 11:41 AM
my 2 cents---- I called this person(Doug) end of 2018, yep 2 years ago got estimate, forgot about it, thought about it, put it aside looked again in 201,9 same thing, finally just got done calling and signing up, rates didn't change since first estimate. But he did say if you choose the 1 percent yearly value increase OPTION your rates will then go up according to how much your original value was. ONE final thing looking at the application looked hard but it's not & when I called him on a question he said we can just fill it out now on phone with him took no more than 10 minutes if you want it to start immediately credit card or you can send in check, you keep your own inventory list, pictures to varify collection, unless one item is over 25000 hope this helps. Oh yeah I get no commision on this LOL Laroy

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Posted By: PlainBroke Re: Collectible insurance coverage - Wed Sep 09 2020 07:29 PM
I had Collectibles for several years but dropped them when they raised coverage costs. Been using Antique & Collectibles for the past few years. Stable renewal rate since then. They do require any item valued at $5000 or over to be "listed" as a separate line item.
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