United States Postal Service Complaint - USPS Insurance Is Useless And Is Actually A Corporate Scam
ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- Customers are encouraged to buy insurance to cover their package in transit from theft, damage and/or loss. When any of the above occurs, they find every technicality to blame the customer for the occurrence, and refuse to pay on the claim. They can't be trusted to deliver packages or letters or supreme importance and valuable. They simply hand over your boxes to "monkeys" that are paid with peanuts to deliver your packages, and if those "monkeys" leave your packages in the rain, smash it/squash it, kick a hole in it, drop and bust it up, steal it, or toss it, the precaution you took in buying services to move it, safely and securely, from point A to B is wasted. USPS charge service fees keep it in their bank account and pay their pissed-off, angry "monkeys" with your items of value. A genius corporate scam! Get millions of customers to pay fees for services and items they'll (USPS)never honor. If you don't believe this to be so, just type in your search engine "USPS does not pay insurance claims" to see the various stories about how customers got ripped off in various ways. Every time you use the USPS to delivery any item (valuable or not) you take an huge risk, and anything that can go wrong, does go wrong.
I you want to get rid of anything of value and never find it again, just take it to the USPS and pay the nominal delivery fees. If you can't delivery your items yourself, you should consider using Fed-Ex or UPS.