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7/5/12 7:41 A

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You can also check with your insurance company and get a rider attached to it for similar coverage ---good to check to see what would be cheaper and offer the best coverage---esp. insuring big ticket items such as laptops, TVS, etc.

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7/4/12 12:18 P

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I just want to pass on some info--we have purchased CSI College Student Insurance for our daughters. Home owners may/may not cover all the stuff that college kids have off at school. DD1 had her laptop computer stolen--and this paid off for her. She also had pipes freeze and then water leak into the rooms--and all her stuff, had it been damaged, would have been covered. I do not own stock in this--no financial interest--but I have talked to the people and find they are easy to deal with and very nice. (This is out of Atlanta and I have done everything with them on-line.)

So--just a suggestion--at $150-$200 per year, it has been worth it for us.

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