Secursus got you covered in case your package get lost, stolen or damaged.
The main problem with conventional carrier insurance concerns excluded items. The list of exclusions is so long that you might be wondering what is covered in the end. The most expensive and fragile items are always excluded, except on Secursus.
Our package insurance covers most products sold online at the best possible rate. Our insurance rates are also fixed no matter what you ship and where you send it. Check here if you need to calculate the cost of insurance and learn how to insure a package.
Covered items examples
Secursus is the best way to insure your vintage or modern watch during shipping. We refund the very last retail value of your watch.
All jewels are covered by Secursus, send jewelry or a precious stone in total safety with our all-risk cover.
Do you sell new or used clothing on online sites or marketplaces? Protect them from theft and loss.
Telephones, computers and all other high tech items are 100% insured against loss, theft and breakage.
Luxury bags, whether new or used, are 100% insured by our insurance.
Works of art
We insure artworks for loss and theft only, as domestic damages are not currently covered.
Secursus is the only service offering a refund of second-hand items at their last sale value.
Sending precious or collector's books? Like used items, they will be fully covered.
Sending collection stamps? Like second-hand items, they will be fully insured.
Medical equipments are covered by the Secursus guarantee against loss, theft and breakage.
We provide insurance for medications as long as they do not require a controlled temperature shipping.
All sporting goods and bikes will be insured by Secursus during transit.
Goods excluded from the insurance
Some goods are excluded from the insurance cover. However, some of them such as alcohol or precious metals may be studied on a case-by-case basis. Do not hesitate to contact us directly.
Merchandise traveling under controlled-temperature conditions (positive or negative);
Manufacturing or production equipment;
Items shipped in bulk by sea or river;
Banknotes, coupons, securities, checks, minted coins, pure precious metals;
Furs, skins, leathers;
Furniture being moved;
Commodities falling within the scope of trading in raw commodities;
Merchandise classified as dangerous by the conventions, laws or regulations in force;