Travel Guard insurance company offers various travel insurance packages which cover travelers in the event of unforeseen expenses ranging from illness, flight cancellation to even acts of terrorism. This insurance will reimburse any non-refundable travel expenses that you lose and cover medical expenses that your health care insurance does not cover. Travel Guard's insurance costs range from five to seven percent of your total estimated travel expense but you may decide, after purchasing a policy, that you do not want travel insurance after all. You may cancel your Travel Guard insurance within fifteen days of your policy's effective date unless you have already departed on your trip.
Gather all your policy information. You will need your policy number, name, address and phone number as well as the policy's effective date.
Write a letter requesting a policy refund. State that you would like to cancel your policy and that you are requesting a full refund. Include your policy number, name and contact information.
Email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 715-345-2915. You may also mail it to Travel Guard, 3300 Business Park Drive, Stevens Point, WI, 54482.
Save a copy of your request for your files.
You must request your refund within fifteen days of the policy's effective date. Refunds will not be given if your departure date has already passed.
- You must request your refund within fifteen days of the policy's effective date. Refunds will not be given if your departure date has already passed.
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