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Are you covered if you need to cancel because you are starting a new job?
Deborah,
06/04/2014

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Only if your policy includes the cancel for any reason benefit. Otherwise, this would not be covered under any policy.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
06/04/2014
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If I cancel my cruise , do I get reimbursed by the same method I paid - credit card, cash, etc
HenryD,
06/01/2014

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Valid cancellation claims are paid by the insurance company directly, by check.
ChristopherG,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
06/01/2014
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can i get my money back on a trip that was going to costa rica for any reason .brought tickets a month ago leaving in a month
robert,
06/01/2014

Answer:


There are 3 conditions that must be met to purchase a Cancel For Any Reason Rider: Purchase the policy within 14-21 days of First Trip Payment; Insure ALL prepaid and non-refundable travel expenses prior to departure; Trip must be canceled more than 2 days prior to departure date. You can use the following link to obtain a quote: http://www.insuremytrip.com/cfar.html If your tickets were purchased a month ago, then unfortunately, you would not be eligible for this benefit.
KaylieL,
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06/01/2014
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I already have medical insur. coverage and evacuation coverage. all I am looking for is cancellation in case of an illness I have or an immediate relative may have. Also interested in baggage loss. Are there policies available for this?
CarolB,
05/27/2014

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No, cancellation is not a benefit that is sold on its own, it can only be purchased as part of a comprehensive policy.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
05/27/2014
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what is initial trip payment?
Elaine P.,
12/09/2013

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The initial payment date is the first time you have put money down towards the trip you are insuring. The initial payment date will determine if you are eligible for time sensitive benefits that they plan may include, such as pre-existing medical conditions waiver and Cancel for Any Reason.
MattM,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
12/09/2013
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"Put money down" -- how is that defined? Have I put money down if a charge has been placed on my credit card but I've yet to actually pay the bill?
Linda,
03/05/2014
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Yes, the charge being placed on the card it the initial trip payment.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
03/05/2014
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Bought a last minute cruise, seperately purchased air tickets as well. my concern is incase of any family emergency at home and missed connections. thanks.
RobertY,
11/30/2013

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The number one covered reason for Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption is the unforeseen sickness, accidental injury or death to you, a traveling companion or an immediate family member. To see all of the covered reasons to cancel or interrupt your trip, please click on the dollar amount that appears NEXT to the words "Trip Cancellation" when viewing a quote. Also, the providers CSA and Travelex have listed reasons related to common carrier delays and cancellations.
NicholeH,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
11/30/2013
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Can I really cancel for ANY reason?
MarioL,
11/05/2013

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Yes, as long as you meet the eligibility requirements for a policy with cancel for any reason, you literally can cancel the trip due to any reason, even if you just change your mind. However, as stated above, in order to employ this benefit you must be cancelling at least 2 days prior to your scheduled departure date.
David M.,
Customer Care insureMyTrip
11/05/2013
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