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4 Common-Sense Things You Can Tell Customers About How to Protect Their Jewelry

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Here’s an opportunity to build trust with your clientele.

Property Casualty 360 recently spoke with New York City-based Insurance Information Institute, which offered some valuable advice for folks considering or have already made a high-ticket jewelry purchase. According to the institute, a customer can effectively protect her or his jewelry by doing these four things:

  1. Contact an insurance agent to see if additional coverage is needed.
  2. Keep the receipt for insurance and appraisal purposes.
  3. Have heirloom pieces appraised.
  4. Add expensive pieces to the home inventory.

The insurance news website goes into much greater detail, which may offer some talking points for you in conversations with customers.

Read more at Property Casualty 360

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