Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Joel Turner, Dec 8, 2021.
How do they rate for a coin collection vs. Hugh Wood?
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Hugh Wood is by far the best. Their coverage, cost, and service is unsurpassed.
I'm not familiar with them, but I'd check their rating and get a quote to compare with Hugh Wood if you're curious.
1. You have to be a member of the ANA (and provide that information in your request); 2. It took me two requests for a quote, but that was forthcoming almost immediately.
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Wouldn't use a single email as a determiner...may have "gone somewhere" lost as some emails do...also may have been received, replied back and then lost to you...emails are not failsafe. Be sure you have the correct address for inquiries...not a marketing address that often does not support sending, replies, etc. Try again...if nothing then ok...their loss.
I will do that, but first I have to receive my ANA membership card so I can include my membership ID with the email, as @MIGuy advised. Not that it matters but one would think that following instant payment to ANA for membership a new member would be told their member number. But no, 4-5 weeks to receive a membership card that contains the number. The delay? The person responsible for sending the card is working from home so there is a long wait.
I didn't receive a reply either when I sent in my requests. I did get a reply and actually spoke to Courtney Confer <firstname.lastname@example.org> on the phone and she provided me her email. I did go with Hugh Wood and Courtney's service was excellent. My cost on my insurance turned out to be .0035 of my coverage. Hopefully this is too late to be of value for you.
Thank you for the information!
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