N1 Insurance, Things you should KNOW!

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    N1 Insurance, Things you should KNOW!

    Ok so basically i lost my phone a few days ago and im going through insurance (asurion/tmobile). Now after i filed a claim it went into review and finally today i spoke to a person. Now they currently do not have this phone in stock so they give you 2 options to go through. Option 1 is to wait until they receive it. And Option 2 is to go ahead and buy it again on Google checkout and send them the receipt. After you send them that and a few other things they will reimburse you after 2-3 weeks via check to your mail...

    Not as usual and got me a bit upset that now i have to go out and spend another $576

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finesta101 View Post
    Ok so basically i lost my phone a few days ago and im going through insurance (asurion/tmobile). Now after i filed a claim it went into review and finally today i spoke to a person. Now they currently do not have this phone in stock so they give you 2 options to go through. Option 1 is to wait until they receive it. And Option 2 is to go ahead and buy it again on Google checkout and send them the receipt. After you send them that and a few other things they will reimburse you after 2-3 weeks via check to your mail...

    Not as usual and got me a bit upset that now i have to go out and spend another $576

    wait until they get it is your option to not spend another $576 sounds like.

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    I went with a policy with state farm....that way I dont have to deal with random insurance companies/google store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieSpeaks View Post
    I went with a policy with state farm....that way I dont have to deal with random insurance companies/google store.
    Thanks... (I work for SF, so you just paid .000000000000000000000001 of my paycheck) =)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuse View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieSpeaks View Post
    I went with a policy with state farm....that way I dont have to deal with random insurance companies/google store.
    Thanks... (I work for SF, so you just paid .000000000000000000000001 of my paycheck) =)
    your welcome

    actually $30 for a years coverage is not bad at all. plus the personal policy covers mysterious disappearance.....which a lot of companies will actually use to get out of paying you.

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    so statefarm has cell phone coverage??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finesta101 View Post
    so statefarm has cell phone coverage??
    They have something called a personal articles policy. Used to insure everything from engagement rings to apparently cell phones

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieSpeaks View Post
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    I went with a policy with state farm....that way I dont have to deal with random insurance companies/google store.
    Thanks... (I work for SF, so you just paid .000000000000000000000001 of my paycheck) =)
    your welcome

    actually $30 for a years coverage is not bad at all. plus the personal policy covers mysterious disappearance.....which a lot of companies will actually use to get out of paying you.
    I remember hearing about this on one of these forums and thinking I should try it. Do you have any advice or links for more info? You just call up a State Farm agent and ask for the personal policy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NexusWon View Post
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    Thanks... (I work for SF, so you just paid .000000000000000000000001 of my paycheck) =)
    your welcome

    actually $30 for a years coverage is not bad at all. plus the personal policy covers mysterious disappearance.....which a lot of companies will actually use to get out of paying you.
    I remember hearing about this on one of these forums and thinking I should try it. Do you have any advice or links for more info? You just call up a State Farm agent and ask for the personal policy?
    I already have homeowners through them so he just told me I could add am additional personal articles policy to it. I read from someone else on here that you can get one by itself you just have to find an agent that will. I would suggest you find a couple agents near you and give them a call.

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    sounds like an enterprising state farm agent could CLEAN UP on personal items policies around here.

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