The FDIC insurance is established to protect only the depositors and only certain deposits. Since a safe deposit box is not technically a deposit, it would not be covered. In a situation where some depositors may also be creditors or shareholders of an insured bank they would benefit by the coverage of deposits but still within the guidelines of the maximum deposit insurance per account holder.

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