Consumer champion slams travel insurers


The consumer watchdog surveyed 1,876 members and discovered that 16% of those with travel insurance had found themselves in a situation of having to update their insurer after buying a policy.

Just less than a quarter of these members found their premium increased and 5% were told their insurance was no longer valid.

According to Which? some insurers were using ‘ongoing medical warranties' in policies to change the terms after a policy was bought. However, the organisation highlighted that not

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