Folksy Ltd

Insurance is costly and find the right cover,if you can

(Natalie Scollay) #1

Hi everyone;
Can anyone help me.
I am new to Folksy and have just spent the last 24hrs looking for the right insurance cover for my shop and products.
The cheepest quote that I could find was a wopping £575pa. and with that company I can only ship to within the uk.
Please. Please tell me that there is cheeper out there and if so where can I find it…
many thanks @Adornmentstudio Natalie :blush:

(Renphotographycouk) #2

Check out the following:

I know many people do not want to cover US/Canada so read up carefully.

(Liz Clark) #3

Blimey that’s a lot!!

I’m with Ian Wallace, just renewed, and have got it for £71 incl the US.

(Natalie Scollay) #4

Many , many thanks…I will get it sorted now…
Kind and best regards; and thanks again as I feel better now that i know its afordable… feww :smiley:

(Natalie Scollay) #5

many many thanks… I will check them all out.
kind regards… Natalie :smiley:

(Lania ) #6

Hi I saw this and was wondering why would one need insurance in the first place. I’m still learning how to set up and market my business and just when I thought I had it sussed I saw this thread. Can some one explain the reason behind it please?


(Liz Clark) #7

Hi Lania

I have insurance to cover myself at any events I attend (i.e. craft fairs) and also the items I make. I used to make toys so it was extremely important to be insured. I now make decorative items but still have insurance should anything arise.

This explains a bit more why you may need it :

(Lania ) #8

Thanks for that… I’ve been making bags and coin purses with my fabrics and was eventually doing toddlers clothing etc. and it didn’t even cross my mind which is why I am so glad I read all of these emails I’m getting from Folksy Talk. Even if it inundates my email account and some of it I already know there is often something new that I hadn’t thought of yet.

Cheers Liz and everyone