So I funded a Kickstarter for a 3D printer back in feb. The project cost was $400. A couple months later we did upgrades and I added an extra $140. Than last month they sent the shipping invoice for $60. Fast forward to this week and they sent me a tracking number the day it was scheduled to arrive, so there was no way I could be home for the delivery. While I was at work, someone signed for and stole my package. I can't read the signature, but they definitely didn't even sign my name. I opened an investigation with usps, but they said its gone. So I'm going to have to open a claim. Which brings me to my question. They only insured the package for $350, and they refuse to even do the insurance claim yet alone pay the difference that they didn't insure for. Am I in my rights to open a chargeback for the $60 in shipping and $140 second charge, that I'm not going to reimbursed for? Both of those charges were done directly on their website, and not through Kickstarter. I would only be loosing $50 that way, because you definitely can't chargeback a kickstart project. What do you all think?