The Cost of Dying Abroad – correction

On 13th June 2014, The Daily Telegraph ran an article by Teresa Hunter regarding the ‘the cost of dying abroad’.

They erroneously named Golfguard as a company who restricts the cost of  repatriating your body to your home, if you die while you are abroad  to ‘as little as £1,000, less excess’.

We wish to make it clear that  should one of our insured die while they are abroad,  Golfguard Travel Insurance  provides cover up to £10 million in respect of returning their body to their home when arranged by the underwriters and this is made very clear from in policy wording.

The Daily Telegraph quickly responded to our request to remove our name from this article, but we are aware that other websites are running variations of this article, some of whom mention Golfguard by name. Getting our name removed or disassociated from these websites and articles is proving to be a time consuming business.

If you require any clarification, please call us on 0800 581 801.

July 10, 2014 5:56 am

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