Did not realize that policy was for airfare only. Nowhere is that written in policy. My trip was a bus tour. Due to recent terrorist attacks, I almost canceled, but your agent informed me that only would my airfare be refunded.
That should be clearly stated in policy and on website!
I had a claim. My other carrier was primary. They took over three months to process the claim. Squaremouth's carrier took less than two weeks.
My insurance with John Hancock is the Bronze plan.
My certificate # is ************.
I filled a claim for trip interruption and I haven't been reimbursed yet. They are asking for more papers.
I took that trip in 2015 June 15 to August 10. I was returning originally on July 30 but due to a toothache, I changed my ticket for August 10.
I purchased this insurance thinking they will be more efficient and less bureaucratic. Unfortunately, I now realize you are all the same. I travel lots, internationally and domestically.
I have started looking into another insurance with a speedy return, for this coming up vacation to Urope.
Sorry but I don't have anything nice to say.
Have a lovely day.
In the event you have questions
We were flying business class. Never received a definitive answer as to whether we would be flown business class if we had reason to require a change in flights. The premium was based upon business class flights. Fortunately we never needed to find out the answer to the question. For future travel needs and promulgating premiums, should we use business class cost or economy cost when flying business class?
I did not have any pre-trip contact but when I submitted my forms, downloaded on-line and submitted by mail, the claim was paid in a very reasonable period of time without any issues. It was definitely excellent customer service for a remote, international market. However, as an experienced int'l traveller, I always print and carry copies of my insurance forms and am sure that attending physicians sign them at the time of treatment. This has made made my insurance filings very easy and, using Squaremouth's vendors, 100% successful.
Appaulinly difficult process to even initiate a claim. Consistently given the run around from insurance agency
This claim was easy to resolve. There were a few minor logistical glitches, all due to my own misunderstanding of their process. A couple of phone calls were necessary to locate the correct claim form and to submit the claim in their format, which seemed reasonable. I was glad to have had the insurance that covered the necessity to purchase essential items due to an unforeseen baggage delay (our first ever).
I made a claim at least 2-3 weeks ago. I was told a letter was sent to me concerning what else is needed. I have received nothing and I am getting no support whatsoever from you or the insurance company . I am at the point where I am ready to report this to the insurance review board in Illinois and publish negative remarks on yelp, Facebook and ano other online rating system. Please contact me. XXX XXX-XXXX
Need to keep the claim part oped as it has been just over a week frrom the reported accident of my wife, Linda. I did call to report the accident from the ship because my cell phone had no service. I was placed on hold twice and ran up a charge of $84.83 for 17 minutes on the phone at $4.99 per minute. I left the ship's number and my room number, but no one called back. I called again when I got home to make sure the accident was on file. Should be reimbursed for the call.
WALLET CARD IS SO SMALL. VERY HARD TO READ. WISH THE PRICES WOULD NOT BE SO HIGH FOR OUR AGE GROUP
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