Most travel medical insurance plans are cancellable and can provide a full refund if the request is submitted before the coverage begins. After the policy's effective date, a refund for the remaining unused days may be issued as long as no claims have been filed.
Trip insurance plans offer a free look-back period. After the specified free look-back period has passed, cancellations and refunds will only be covered as listed in the policy benefits.
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