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Will "released value" coverage protect the full value of my belongings during a move?

Yes, the moving company is liable for the full value of your belongings.
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No, they are all valued at 60 cents per pound.
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Question: Will "released value" coverage protect the full value of my belongings during a move?
Top Answer (83% of 6 votes): No, they are all valued at 60 cents per pound..

Answer: No, they are all valued at 60 cents per pound.
Explanation: he first coverage is called "released value protection" and is set at 60 cents per pound. This means that you will be reimbursed for everything from your paperclips to family heirlooms at 60 cents per pound. This coverage is included in the quote given by the moving company. Of course, you may ask yourself, "If my things are only worth 60 cents a pound why am I paying someone a lot more to move them?"
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