Travel insurance benefits on your credit card may not give you the peace of mind you deserve. Do you know what your benefits are? What restrictions there are? Who is backing up the insurance? What do you know about your travel insurance policy that is attached as a benefit on your AMEX (and I have a business AMEX credit card) or Visa or MasterCard credit card?
Would you buy a car without looking under the hood or spending time sitting in the car? I sure would not! Yes, I hear it all the time. But I won’t get sick. I am healthy! But can you and I know what will happen on our trip outside our country of residence? Of course not! As an avid scuba diver, I know there are risks when I travel. I hope I never have to use my international travel medical insurance. But if I do, I am in good hands.
Remember, “the big print giveth, but the little print taketh away!” What is the fine “little” print of your credit card travel insurance?
For just 95 cents to 1.50USD dollar a day (depending on age and what kind of extra benefits you want on your travel medical insurance) for your international medical insurance, you and I can have the peace of mind we deserve knowing that we will be covered if anything medically bad happens overseas.
By the way, I use this plan at https://www.gninsurance.com/geoblue-trekker-choice-essential-overseas-health-coverage/ since I usually take more than two trips outside the U.S. per year.
Here are a lot of individual / family one time travel medical insurance options that I know will fit perfectly for you here at https://www.gninsurance.com/international-travel-health-insurance-plans/.
Here is part of the article –
Insurance comparison site Compare Cover is warning customers who rely on their packaged bank account insurance products to double check their included travel insurance policies before they set off on holiday. The site analysed the packaged bank account market, finding that most cover provided as part of these packages has limitations of which the customer may not be aware, including a limit on the amount of cover a customer has, or an age restriction.
Please head over here for the full article – https://www.itij.com/story/13703
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
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- “Each year, 1.3 million people are killed and 20–50 million are injured in motor vehicle crashes worldwide….and 25,000 of the deaths are among tourists. Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash, and a medical evacuation can cost upward of $100,000″ – https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/road-safety.