Post # 1
I just purchased insurance for my girlfriends engagement ring through Perfect Circle Insurance. I was wondering if anyone who is also insured with them knows if their mailing envelopes contain any branding or anything that would give away that I have insured some jewelery.
I live with my girlfriend and won’t be proposing until we go on vacation in a couple of months but obviously I don’t want anything to spoil the surprise like a branded envelope from a jewelery insurer!!
Post # 2
Yeah it has the company name on the front of the envelope, Jewelers Mutual. I got a bunch of them when I had to file a claim.
Post # 3
Oh, and good job insuring the ring too! I hate hearing the stories about bees losing/damaging their rings while not having insurance.
Post # 4
bucajack: It comes in a plain white envelope and it’s branded with their parent company but I can’t remember if it says Jewelers Mutual or just JM.
Post # 5
Maybe call the company and ask?
Post # 6
Yes, I’m sure if you call them they could possibly just email or fax you the paperwork.
Post # 7
bucajack: I had the same problem as you do. I believe the first envelope they send you does have their branding, but it just says JM Insurance. So it’s not obvious that it’s for jewelry insurance, but it’s not too hard for her to find out it is either.
I would also keep a lookout for the pamphlets they send from time to time, which are basically a folded ad saying how it’s a good thing you have jewelry insurance and lists your name and policy number. Those ones are definitely obvious. The annoying thing is that when I called JM to ask to be taken off the mailing list, they said they couldn’t do that. The first one of those came around 4 months after I insured
Post # 8
Yep, it does say JM on the outside in the top left corner. But if it’s any consolation, I absolutely always think their letters are junk mail when I first glance at the envelope before my memory catches up and reminds me that JM is Jeweler’s Mutual/Perfect Circle. There’s nothing about the envelope that clearly indicates anything jewelry-related.
I would still contact them and see if there’s anything they can do to help you opt out of snail mail, but if not, just act casual if you see the envelope and pass it off as junk mail.