Travel Insurance Reviews for Seven Corners

Seven Corners is one of the most experienced international travel health insurance, trip insurance, and specialty benefit management companies. Since 1993, they have provided protection and professional assistance services to hundreds of thousands of international travelers — including U.S. citizens traveling overseas and foreign nationals traveling to the United States.

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Customers rate Seven Corners plans
(4.53 out of 5)
based on 926 ratings.
96% of customers would recommend these plans to a friend or a relative.
We have 3 Seven Corners plans available. Prices paid recently for these plans range from $5 to $503 USD.

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The purchase process is efficient and provided my family with reasonable options. Proactive communication was helpful in providing coverage and contact information.
Fred H. would recommend this plan to a friend or relative.
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Seven Corners Nationwide Roundtrip
Everything went well from purchase to completion of trip. I did not have to file a claim and was thankful for that.
Karen E. would recommend this plan to a friend or relative.
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Seven Corners Nationwide Roundtrip Choice
GOOD COVERAGE FOR THE PRICE. WE DIDNT HAVE TO USE IT, Thankfully.
Gary H. would recommend this plan to a friend or relative.
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Seven Corners Roundtrip
I’ll start by saying we’ve traveled often and purchased insurance each time for the last several trips. We have particular requirements and the InsureMyTrip agent we spoke with was remarkably patient and helpful in sorting out the various options and directing us to the one or two that would meet our needs. So we have only appreciation for the service from IMT.

The trip insurance companies, however, are a different story. I believe the basic principle of Seven Corners, probably all the insurance companies, is to minimize the likelihood of having to pay a claim either by the terms and conditions or the obstacles to filing. We did file a claim. Because our initial outbound flight was cancelled, we missed a continuing flight and had to pay $1,200 for a ticket for the following day (plus other expenses). The claim forms are remarkably picky, requiring an actual ticket rather than an e-ticket. Who provides paper tickets anymore. And the other documentation requirements were onerous, designed to create barriers rather than to facilitate the process.

But it was the fine print that was eyebrow raising. After accepting the claim, Seven Corners sent checks for all of $150, which was their policy limit for trip delay. That’s it. Doesn’t matter what it actually cost; that’s all they’ll pay, far less even than the cost of the premium.

It was too much of a hassle to fight and probably lose an appeal so I gave up.

If you read the reviews on this site, very few purchasers had to file a claim and many of these were dissatisfied.

Lesson: Carefully read the fine print. The limits are pretty low. The claim process is painful. The premiums are high. I suspect this is true for all insurers, not just Seven Corners. I also suspect that, for these reasons, it’s a fabulously lucrative business. Be forewarned.
Michael M. would not recommend this plan to a friend or relative.
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  • Suzanne Munson
    Seven Corners
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    Dear Michael,
    We do accept e-tickets. Because of your feedback, we realized an old claim form requesting paper tickets was still in circulation. The Round Trip program does have daily limits of 0 for travel delay. Please contact your Insure My Trip representative and we can reopen your claim for review.

    Best Regards,
    Suzanne Munson
    Seven Corners
    Jan 09,2012
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