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Review by OkGraeme1 year ago
From the very start of my search for travel insurance I was impressed by John Hancock's prompt replies to my questions, both online and by telephone On the basis of Squaremouth's 4.36 rating and reading reviews and comparing benefits and costs, I finally felt that John Hancock would be my best choice. During my trip and once back I was also gratified to be able to easily communicate by email with Seven Corners, Inc which manages the claims department, and was rewarded with pertinent responses. I was especialy appreciative when I received a check for the amount I requested to reimburse me for travel and lodging expenses incurred during my April trip to France, caused by rail strikes,
Review by Aelfi Fayyad4 years ago
First of all, I am not disputing the verbiage in the policy itself. My complaint is regarding the purchasing process of this policy right from the start and the use of multiple brand names to create confusion.
Half my overseas trip was ruined by a situation out of my control and I incurred hundreds of dollars of charges as a result. The entire airport in Manila was closed for the APEC summit meetings. I was relieved to know I had purchased trip insurance from a well-known company in Chicago, John Hancock Insurancewhich according to the Square Mouth website included cancellation and delay.
Upon requesting the appropriate claim forms, the form itself says it is actually American Modern Insurance Group. However, after making sure that was the correct form it appears the forms are actually mailed to Seven Corners. I later found out that Seven Corners is only the processor of claims. It appears that multiple companies are involved and that they are simply using different names to confuse and mislead consumers.
My claim for trip cancellation was denied and I was advised (after several emails) to file an appeal under a different reason, trip delay. I spent countless hours filing out all the forms again and providing proper documentation and proof of such occurrence. The second claim with "John Hancock Insurance was also denied. There were no responses to my emails, again for weeks. I also, placed many calls and emails to the zero complaint team" at squaremouth.com asking for further clarification regarding my specific trip insurance policy that I purchased. After about a month I finally was given an answer, simply stating, that I was not covered for that reason" under that policy.
Regardless of the writing in the policy, I am asserting that I was cheated and completely mislead into purchasing this insurance policy from the start. I am asserting that I was lead to believe I was purchasing from a prestigious name; John Hancock Insurance. This was clearly a bait and switch scheme and absolutely unacceptable. In addition, I was not made aware prior to my purchase the extreme limitations of this policy and that I would actually be dealing with multiple companies other than John Hancock". This would have drastically altered my decision in choosing such a prohibitive policy from unknown companies.
Review by Delcon10 years ago
Very rock solid company -- Sometimes hard to get one of their policies because they are very strict on application standards and makes them somewhat exclusive but keeps them extremely financially stable.
The website is very professional and well done. It is also almost like an encyclopedia on all things insurance, financial preparation, annuities and investments. Especially on Jhsalesnet.com Each link leads to more and more information which is great but sometimes can be a little overwhelming.
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