Why didn't the dealer take out the appropriate amount of insurance? That should have been their standard policy - insure for the amount of the shipment. Who signed for the package? If no one signed for it then the dealer should have recourse against Fedex.
by Crazeddoglady - 4 hours ago
1. Yes, file a police report. 2. Anything of this value should have been sent insured for its full value. If you elected not to pay for the insurance, that was your mistake. If the dealer decided not to pay for insurance, then their responsibility is greater. 3. Why are you having $10,000 in gold sent to your apartment?
by StephenWeinstein - 4 hours ago
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