Can I cancel my Cover-More travel insurance policy?

Can I cancel my Cover-More travel insurance policy?

If you purchase a Cover-More travel insurance policy, you can cancel your policy for any reason within the cooling-off period, which is within 21 days of the date of purchase, and we will give you your money back.

Who is the insurer for Cover-More?

With our global travel insurance expertise and Zurich Insurance Group’s worldwide insurance knowledge, we’re able to provide our customers with quality travel insurance plans, emergency assistance, and customer service.

Who is Cover-More underwritten by?

Zurich Insurance Group
Cover-More Group was acquired by Zurich Insurance Group in April 2017 and Zurich Australian Insurance Limited, will become Cover-More’s underwriter in Australia from 1 June 2017. Zurich is one of the world’s leading multi-line insurers with about 54,000 employees.

Can I extend my Cover-More travel insurance?

If you’re travelling with expensive luggage, you may be able to increase your luggage item limit for an additional cost when you apply for a quote. The extra cover can then be added to your policy for an additional premium.

What does Covermore cover?

Beyond the usual benefits of emergency overseas medical expenses and luggage, comprehensive travel insurance plans can include coverage for travel provider insolvency, rental vehicle insurance excess, lost or stolen money, missed connections, hijacking, disability, accidental death, and much more.

Does Covermore cover pregnancy?

At Cover-More, we offer our customers limited travel insurance cover for pregnancy. Cover is only provided for serious, unexpected pregnancy complications that occur up until the 24th week (23 weeks, six days) of the pregnancy.

Who owns Travelex travel insurance?

In 2016, Travelex Insurance Services grew its global footprint by becoming a part of the Cover-More Group, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zurich Insurance Group.

Does travel insurance cover theft of money?

Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong.

What is event cancellation insurance?

This type of insurance provides coverage for revenue loss or expenses you committed to an event you have to cancel, postpone or relocate due to: Adverse weather, such as a snow/ice storm.

Does international insurance cover pregnancy?

Yes. Travel insurance from Allianz Global Assistance can cover losses resulting from unforeseen pregnancy complications, such as pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes or hyperemesis gravidarum. For example, normal morning sickness would not be a covered reason for trip cancellation.

Where is Travelex Insurance based?

Omaha, NE
Headquartered in Omaha, NE, Travelex Insurance Services was founded in 1996 when the Travelex Group purchased the travel insurance distribution services of Mutual of Omaha Companies.

Who underwrites Travelex?

Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company
All the while, they provide excellent service to all their customers no matter which plan was purchased. Travelex Insurance Services plans are underwritten by Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company. Travelex Insurance Services is a subsidiary of Cover-More Holdings USA, Inc.

How do I contact cover-more insurance services?

If you are calling from overseas our Claims and Customer Service number is +612 8907 5000. Cover-More Insurance Services, Private Bag 913, North Sydney, NSW 2059 Find global contact information for our 24-hour emergency assistance team. For all media enquiries contact [email protected]

Who is cover-more group?

(February 2019) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Cover-More Group is a global travel insurance and medical assistance provider headquartered in Sydney, Australia. The group was acquired by Zurich Insurance Group in April 2017. The company has more than 40% share of the Australian market.

Why choose cover-more travel insurance?

With Cover-More, our policy holders receive: High-quality travel cover at an affordable price; Fast, fair and efficient handling of all your claims; A global team of travel experts that puts your safety and well-being first; and 24 hour emergency assistance from our team of experienced travel assistance providers.

Who owns Cover-More after it went public?

Before Cover-More went public, Crescent Capital Partners owned 82.7 percent of the company. Crescent Capital would own 13 percent of the company after the initial public offering (IPO) in December 2013. At that time, it was the first and only Australian travel insurance provider to list on the Australian Stock Exchange.