Insurance

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by MoonStreakr, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. MoonStreakr

    MoonStreakr Heroic Decepticon

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    So I took a step back and realized that my toy collection has become pretty large. (putting it lightly I think). How does one insure a toy collection? Is anyone around here familiar with the process? Renters insurance? Do they appraise them?

    I've already had my home robbed once (they took my entire collection, among other things) I do not want to chance that shit again.
     
  2. periL75

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    Man, that sucks!

    I guess I've never given it too much thought, but I'd like to hear people's advice now that you bring it up.
     
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    :D  Glad I can help!
     
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    Those tutorials give you just about all the information you'll need, having done it myself I will say it is totally worth it just not to have to worry about it anymore.
     

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