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Orange Marmalade, Inc. offers shipping insurance on most packages when the option is selected and paid for.
Orange Marmalade, Inc charges 1% of the declared value for this coverage (with a $1.00 minimum).
The attached document covers the legal stuff (ie., it governs the coverage and claims process).
If you purchased insurance and feel you have a claim you must:
Orange Marmalade, inc will do its best to facilitate a quick resolution, however we are governed by the documents attached and other agreements and sometimes our hands are tied. We will inform you of any status updates and work to keep everyone "in the loop". Generally speaking, a well documented claim will be resolved faster than one that raises many questions.
By purchasing insurance offered thru Orange Marmalade, Inc you expressly agree that Orange Marmalade, Inc's and it's insurance providers limitation of liability will not exceed the declared value as indicated at the time of purchase, and shall never exceed $2500.
Any international insurance coverage may be limited to the value as entered on the customs forms.
* Proper packaging does not include "envelopes" unless they are USPS, FedEx, UPS, DHL branded priority or better. First class letters, cards and flats are not suitable. Should you use unsuitable packaging to protect your valuables, our limit of liability shall be the amount paid for insurance (1% of declared value).
Yes we do!
Just click grey button "show options" next to the weight field in the packaging dimensions section.
Once you click the show option button this will appear:
Just set the drop down for insurance to Yes and enter the value ( max $2500 ). Cost for insurance is 1% of the insured value. This will be added to the postage cost.
And here you can read all the fine print on what is covered, how you must ship it etc. Make sure you read the guidelines so you have the right packaging.