LAVEEN, AZ (CBS5) –
A Laveen man says the post office damaged his shipment and won’t honor his insurance claim. The reason comes down to how the item was packed.
It seems reasonable to think that if a USPS employee is going to sell you insurance on your item, they would also tell you if you packed it properly, but that is not the case. And in the end, it is up to you to prove you packed correctly if you want your damage claim to be approved.
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LINCOLN (CBS13) — Diane Jay thought she had taken every precaution.
Jay bought signature confirmation and insurance on the $1300 MacBook Pro she sold on eBay to a buyer in Berkeley.
But the buyer never got it, she said, and PayPal refunded the buyer in Berkeley his money, leaving Jay without her money or her laptop.
The signature delivery receipt doesn’t appear to show any signature on it, so Jay thought she’d get her insurance claim right away.
But the Postal Service denied her claim, saying the package was “delivered as addressed” — indicating the blank space on her receipt was in fact a signature.
Read more: Call Kurtis: USPS Claims Blank Space Is Signature Confirmation, Customer Says « CBS Sacramento.
ELK GROVE (CBS13) — More than 14 months after the United States Postal Service lost track of his insured package, Eric Bush is finally getting answers.
As Call Kurtis first reported Feb. 26, the USPS acknowledged it had lost track of the package — and said Bush had purchased the proper insurance back in December 2011 when he shipped it — but the agency denied his insurance claim anyway.
Now the federal agency is fixing the mistake and apologizing for the inconvenience, according to a spokesperson.
Read more: Call Kurtis: USPS Pays Claim For Package Lost 14 Months Ago, After Call Kurtis Report « CBS Sacramento.