What happens if i send a diamond ring in a paper envelope?

February 14, 2010 by admin  
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emo girl asked:


My boyfriend sent me a diamond ring, worth 80 dollars, in the mail in a regular paper envelope. is it possible that it will get stolen or sent back to him?

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6 Responses to “What happens if i send a diamond ring in a paper envelope?”
  1. Bowhunting says:

    diamond ring

    why the hell didnt he give it to u in person

  2. Bowhunting says:

    Sterling Silver Boxes

    A ring sent loose in an unpadded envelope could cause the envelope to rip open when it goes through the processing equipment. If this happens, the ring could end up mangled by the equipment and lost. And even if the envelope doesn’t rip, the ring could still be bent by the equipment.

    If the envelope does rip open, you will probably receive what’s left of the envelope in a plastic bag with a note from the post office explaining what happened.

    Should your boyfriend decide to mail jewelry in the future, he should use a box or (at the very least) a padded envelope.

  3. Silver Belt Buckle

    If you want to take a chance and getting it stolen go ahead and put it in a envelope, but you would do better to spend $.99 and buy a bubble mailer and put it in that so it doesn’t “feel” like a ring whenever the post people are touching it.
    Doesn’t sound like your boyfriend is the smartest light bulb in the bunch, send it back with a break up note! Hopefully you will find a better boyfriend with more money to buy you a better ring;-))

  4. Bowhunting

    what’s up with this guy??
    I would question his follow thru on things
    he surely didn’t follow thru on sending this item thru the mail.by asking the clerk at the counter,what they felt would be the best way to send?

  5. Silver Cigarette Cases

    There is a high risk for being lost since the mail envelops are always scanned at the customs and borders for security. He could use registered, certified or insured mail option at USPS which does not cost too much.

  6. Silver Cigarette Cases

    Its possible that it can arrive to you, but something like jewelry is very prone to being stolen, so its always best to insure the package or send it in a safer way.

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