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property insurance

mustangmommustangmom Registered User Posts: 65 Junior Member
edited July 2011 in Smith College
Does anyone have experience with the supplemental property insurance?
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Replies to: property insurance

  • GA2012MOMGA2012MOM Registered User Posts: 5,440 Senior Member
    I think alot (most) college kids use this.

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    It is inexpensive, and although we have never needed to make a claim, parents here on CC have noted that their service regarding claims is good.
  • Bossf51Bossf51 Registered User Posts: 2,608 Senior Member
    The Smith parents of 2015 got a solicitation from them in the mail. I think it's a good idea to have this insurance.
  • akebiasakebias Registered User Posts: 117 Junior Member
    If you have a homeowners insurance policy - the personal property portion can cover losses. I added computer coverage for an additional $19 a year. You should call your carrier to check what it covers.
  • SmithieandProudSmithieandProud Registered User Posts: 3,038 Senior Member
    I never knew anyone at Smith that had property insurance, and I myself never even thought of such a thing as a teenager, but based on some of the stories parents have posted on CC about the insurance and what it's used for, it doesn't sound like such a bad idea. It's highly unlikely that any of your possessions would be stolen at Smith, but it's much more likely that your phone or computer will be lost/dropped/spilled on/set on fire.
  • susgeeksusgeek Registered User Posts: 1,603 Senior Member
    Our homeowners policy is like akebias' - it would cover potential losses.
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