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Will I get premium refunded for per trip plan with ERGO TravelProtect?

I will be taking frequent trips to Malaysia and was recommended ERGO Travel protect for the yearly Asia plan by a friend but my question is, who knows if the premium is refundable for the per trip plan? Thank you. If Price competitive n good coverage for the yearly Asia plan. Purchased it because I travel mostly within Asia.

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    ERGO TravelProtect is very good for Malaysia and covers overseas medical expenses but the premium is refundable for the Annual Multi-Trip Plan, but not for the Per Trip Plan unfortunately. If you. But in the event that you need to extend your policy but unable to, they will extend your policy for up to 72 hours after the planned expiry date and will not charge you for it. Such circumstances include natural disasters, epidemics, pandemics, and civil unrest, airport and airspace closures.

    2019.08.01 2:18

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