This is in stark contrast to the UPS insurance claim process which is a massive clusterf*** that can be drawn out for weeks and is almost always denied even when the cause is legitimate. level 2 ThumbOut
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Dec 29, 2016· Welcome to Reddit, I submitted a USPS insurance claim for an item that was received broken by an buyer. Just checked on the claim and I saw USPS denied it because I didn't include proof of insurance. "Denied - Proof of insurance not provided". Since postage of course was bought through I don't really have a proof of insurance.
Claim Not Approved – Unable to Contact Receiver: UPS needs accurate receiver contact information to complete the investigation. You will see an icon in the dashboard alerting you that further action is needed. Claim Paid: Payment has been issued for your claim. Payment details are available on the dashboard to the authenticated shipper or shipper's appointed representative.
How to File an Insurance Claim with UPS. The stories of filing claims with UPS are legendary. Almost any seller can tell you quite a story. Making a claim with UPS is a good deal easier than making a claim with the post office. After they file and accept your damage claim, you get a check within five days.
USPS claim "Paid"? Recently won an insurance claim I filed and the status says "Paid" and shows the amount "Paid". I was never notified of anything, do they just send me a check or does this mean they've already paid me, because I never received anything.
Welcome to Reddit, There was a huge dent in the side of the shipping box, which compressed the item and dented it. The seller asked me to submit a claim with UPS, and I did, and the current status is "Package Inspection Scheduled". It has been a day and I haven't received any contact from UPS.
Filed my first claim on a USPS Priority Flat Rate item last week, got my check yesterday. $47 item that I fully refunded the buyer for. USPS wanted before pics (used the ad) and an after pic (buyer provided) and proof of value (proof of sale from ebay). Flat rate comes with $50 insurance which is a nice benefit.