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Insurance? Yeah right... They only pay €250 because they are never sure that it was stolen. We can show the bills of the purchase. But this is the way the insurance thinks... Some people are faking a burglary to get money from the insurance. So we only get €250.

 

So yes, it is a question for residents. I want to know if they would support something like that. And as you can see, the anwer is no... So case closed! ;)

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Yipes!  You paid over $7,000 for a computer?  Unless you are buying a professional workstation for intensive 3D modeling and rendering or video editing and special effects, there is no reason to spend that much!  Certainly not for a computer capable of running Second Life well.

In my view, the thieves did you a favor (assuming that your property was insured, of course.)  Take the insurance payment and buy a replacement computer for not more than $3,000.  Pocket the rest.  That will buy you a machine capable of all but the most intense 4K editing and rendering...certainly plenty of horsepower for Second Life and photo editing!

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