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Claim for Indemnity International Registered, Insured, and Express Mail
immediately to the USPS Postal Inspection Service. Include the wrapper or carton of the rifled parcel, if totally devoid of contents, and the sack or pouch label. Report  each  attempted  rifling  of  ordinary  parcels, whether partially or completely devoid of contents, or if  contents  appear  intact.    Distinguish  carefully between  rifled  parcels  and  parcels  damaged  in handling. INQUIRY ABOUT A REGISTERED ARTICLE OR AN INSURED PARCEL OR AN ORDINARY ARTICLE Learning  Objective: Determine  the requirements for processing an Inquiry about a Registered Article or an Insured Parcel or an Ordinary Article. 10-14 PCf1011 DATE: TO: The  enclosed  Form  1000  was  filed  by  the  person  or  firm  whose  name  appears  in .   It  is  a claim  for  damage  to  the  contents  of  a  package  you  mailed. To  help  the  Postal  Service  settle  this  claim,  please  review  the  Form  1000  and  follow  the instructions  below: 1.     Complete .   Indicate  the  value  of  the  items  described.   Attach  a  copy  of  the  sales  receipt. If  you  do  not  have  a  sales  receipt,  show  in the  purchase  price,  the  place  where purchased,  and  the  approximate  date  of  purchase. 2.     Designate  to  whom  payment  of  the  claim  should  be  made  in . 3.     Sign  and  complete . 4.     Take  the  original  mailing  receipt  you  were  given  when  you  mailed  the  article,  and  the  enclosed claim  form  to  your  nearest  post  office.   A postal  employee  will  endorse  the  receipt  and  complete Items  B1  and  B8  on  Form  1000. If  you  have  any  questions,  your  local  post  office  will  be  glad  to  assist  you. Your  promptness  is  sincerely  appreciated. Signature (Title) Enclosure 3863 Item  2 Item  10 Item  10 Item  12a Items  12c  through  12e Damage  Claim  Filed  by Addressee Figure 10-11.     An example of a PS Form 3863, Damaged Claim Filed by Addressee.

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