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Old 31-08-2014, 06:06 AM
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Strongly suggest check with insurance company before signed up. I did checked with NTUC home insurance they do not recognise coins as "contents" ie personal valuable. I need to submit photo, invoice etc to get separate quote.
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Old 31-08-2014, 08:31 AM
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Option 2 no many insurance company offer this type of insurance with good price.

As one member say be more careful and read the small print of the terms and conditions of the coverage before buying. Generally, you will have xx days free look for insurance purchase in Singapore.

I bought from msig. The precious metal coverage is 30% of 6.5k per item. If you item is worth 3k the maximum coverage only 1.95k.

If you need to cover 195k for xx items means you need to buy the coverage of 650k
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Old 31-08-2014, 10:01 PM
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andrew do you need to provide all receipts/proof of purchase if you need to claim for your losses? Will that work if purchased from forumers?
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:15 AM
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touch wood. I do not wish to claim and yet to claim from them.

Generally, the evident of claiming big amount will be

=> Police report
=> Evident of purchase (i.e invoice, record of purchase and so on)

You can print the email between the deal, sale thread and keep a record of purchase as evident. The worst is obtaining the email from seller.
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:25 AM
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touch wood. I do not wish to claim and yet to claim from them.

Generally, the evident of claiming big amount will be

=> Police report
=> Evident of purchase (i.e invoice, record of purchase and so on)

You can print the email between the deal, sale thread and keep a record of purchase as evident. The worst is obtaining the email from seller.
Ive checked with one of my closest friend who specializes in general insurance, most home insurance doesn't cover paper (e.g large stacks of cash), and only a 'percentage of coverage' for precious metals like what andrew said. metals obtained from the secondary market may be an issue.
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:38 AM
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Lucky, I mainly buy from dealer and ebay with paypal record.
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Old 23-07-2019, 11:06 AM
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Hi Daniel,
What the storage cost for certis cisco? Any insurance coverage?
I have PF70 for many coin BUT it have milk spot before grading still PF70.
I do not care it as long as PF70 and NGC photo show white spot too.
I just read this fire burning article and thought of you (in case u don't remember, i met u at balestier before lol)

HDB insurance does not cover home contents

wah i wonder if got any ahgong ahmah keep their gold or silver inside and then melt and burnt
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Old 23-07-2019, 11:08 AM
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I just read this fire burning article and thought of you (in case u don't remember, i met u at balestier before lol)

HDB insurance does not cover home contents

wah i wonder if got any ahgong ahmah keep their gold or silver inside and then melt and burnt
which reminds me... sigh i don't think my own safe is fire proof also.
need to go check and buy a good fire proof safe liao
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