Ebay Question

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  1. serial

    serial Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    which is why I asked if he has told them what it is, if he says it was jewellery supplies (decorative metal discs to be worn as pendants when mounted) he could get some money back
     
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    I sent an express parcel to QLD with a few hundred worth of gold in it. It got to the sorting center nearest the addressee then vanished. The most Aust Post ever gave me in compensation was $50.
     
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    that's weird, i doesn't make sense on why won't AusPost insure the following items?
    excludes bank notes, bullion and negotiable securities

    If this is the case, when i'll inform them that sent is a jewellery and see what happens.

    cheers.
     
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    that sounds like an inside job by someone in Australia post who knows that person is receiving precious metals. Never tell your postie or post master what you are getting!
     
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