Transit Cash Letter Rider

The Transit Cash Rider extends coverage provided under Insuring Agreement C - In Transit for cash letters.

Sample Rider
Coverage Summaries of Bond Riders

Claims Examples
  • A bank sends a cash letter to the Federal Reserve Bank. The cash letter arrives safely but disappears, and the individual items never reach the institutions on which they were drawn. Coverage under Insuring Agreement C - In Transit stops once the cash letter is delivered to the Federal Reserve Bank. The Transit Cash Letter Rider extends coverage until the items contained in the cash letter are delivered to the institution upon which they are drawn. Coverage also includes reimbursement for the costs associated with reproducing the items in the cash letter, at no deductible.

  • Eliminates the deductible.
  • Provides reimbursement for reproduction costs.
  • Extends coverage beyond the final destination of the cash letter to the financial institution upon which an item was drawn.
  • As a condition of coverage, the front and back of each item placed in the cash letter must be photographed.

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