Most of the companies allow you to review the policy for about 2 weeks following purchase (varies by company and plan). If you cancel your policy within those 2 weeks, you will receive a full refund except for a small non-refundable processing fee charged by the company.Read more »
If you have received your order confirmation email you can be assured that your coverage is in full force and effect and has been since the date you purchased your policy. All of the policy and contact information is included in your email. Policies are normally sent out within 24 hours of purchase from our web site by the respective insurance company. If you have not received your policy in 14 days, please contact our office. We will verify your mailing address and request that the policy is mailed out again.Read more »
Trip cancellation provides coverage for “named peril” policies, meaning they will only cover you for a specific covered reason named in the policy. None of them provide coverage for “any reason” such as for a person’s inability to get time off from work. Generally they cover cancellations due to health, weather, airline or cruise line bankruptcy, etc.Read more »
Does the Pre-Existing Condition period apply if I purchased the insurance within the required time frame and qualify for the Pre-Existing Condition Waiver?
No, this does not apply to a policy purchased within the required time frame.Read more »
What does it mean to have the Pre-Existing Conditions waived if insurance purchased within ‘x’ days from First Trip Payment?
This means you will have coverage for a pre-existing condition if you need to cancel/interrupt your trip. You get this by purchasing the policy within ‘x’ days the company requires (this varies for different companies), after the first payment towards your trip is made.Read more »
What if I take medication for high blood pressure, for example? Would this be considered a Pre-Existing Medical Condition?
If your medication is controlled and you see a Doctor for routine checkups, this would not be considered a pre-existing condition. It would only be considered a pre-existing condition if your Doctor altered your medication, had a test done, requested that a test be done, or changed your diagnosis.Read more »
I booked part of my vacation, but not the flight. I would like to purchase travel insurance within the pre-existing condition exclusion waiver period. Do I have to wait until the flight is booked?
You can certainly purchase the travel insurance right away. You should however include the cost of your airline tickets in the trip cost. If you can find out what the price of the tickets will be before purchasing them, you can include that amount in the total trip cost. If not, an estimate will have to do. Otherwise, buy the policy now with the costs expended to date and contact us at email@example.com when you make your other arrangements and we will have the policy corrected to reflect the change. If there is any additional premium as a result of […]Read more »