A woman in Arizona says she’s had jewelry insurance cover her home since 2009 and never once has had a problem with it.
The first thing I did was ask if it was going to be renewed and they said it was.
It’s been a year and a half and it’s still covered.
She had to get an additional $100 in coverage after she had two surgeries.
She has a 10-year-old daughter.
She told us that it’s something that you have to be careful with.
I have an 11-year old daughter and she doesn’t want to get hit with insurance when she gets older.
It might be a bit hard for them but she said, “You know what, it’s okay.”
This is a woman who’s been buying jewelry since she was 17.
She told us she had no issues with insurance.
We asked her if it could be considered an option.
She said, ‘I don’t think so.
I think if it were to be a thing it would have to have been something that had a long history of coverage and had been approved by the state and that was approved by us before we started.
So I don’t see why you would have any issue with that.
We would always be in the process of approval.
I’m not a huge fan of that, to be honest.
I had my own issues with that, too.
The first year I had it and then it got more expensive.
So when I got my daughter the second year I got a little bit more insurance, but not that much.
We still had to be approved by that state before we could get coverage.
So that is a big problem.