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Old January 22nd, 2007, 10:27 PM
fastsneakers fastsneakers is offline
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Originally Posted by Kuki
Welcome to CruiseMates

Do hope you feel better venting.

But, it is a good lesson to learn for us.... read the contract you're buying. I believe the various types of insurance policies are available to examine on most of the insurance companies web sites.

Don't know what your particulars were as you didn't say, nor which policy you purchased. But am sorry to hear you got ill , were unable to cruise, and lost all your money.

It's not only about reading a policy thoroughly but about a company that employ's salespeople with deceptive practices.
I think I made your point very clearly in my statement though, reading the policy and not listening to the salesperson at Travel Guard, but thanks for reiterating.
I wrongly expected the Travel Guard salesperson to be truthful with me when asked questions and discussing the policy. I guess that would be too much to ask of a company representative? I was led to believe I understood all that was needed.
An Attorney that has litigated these cases in the past has already contacted me. Misrepresentation is against the law.
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