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Lloyds Bank Travel Insurance Reviews

Ratings based on 4 reviews Last review 2 months ago

Do you buy travel insurance before going abroad? There are hundreds of different travel insurance policies on the market, all designed to help you stay protected while travelling...and giving you piece of mind, whether you're enjoying a sun swept...

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Do you buy travel insurance before going abroad? There are hundreds of different travel insurance policies on the market, all designed to help you stay protected while travelling...and giving you piece of mind, whether you're enjoying a sun swept beach or on an adverture-packed holiday. But with so many different policies to choose from, finding the right policy for you can be quite confusing. Reading our Lloyds Bank travel insurance reviews can help you find out what other travellers have to say. You can also write your Lloyds Bank travel insurance review too!

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Your Travel Insurance Reviews (4)

14th September 2018

Lousy travel insurance from Lloyds bank arranged by AXA

After submitting a reasonably straightforward travel claim the response by AXA was slow and painful. They did not answer a single email - they would not answer the phone and yet sent me 41 computer generated texts which were worthless. This was the...

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After submitting a reasonably straightforward travel claim the response by AXA was slow and painful. They did not answer a single email - they would not answer the phone and yet sent me 41 computer generated texts which were worthless. This was the worst customer experience I have ever known. Even their complaints team do not respond-!

24th July 2017

Automatic renewal was a pain!

I purchased an annual worldwide travel insurance from Lloyds (who I bank with). It seemed comprehensive. I didn't need to use it to claim for anything during the time. Annoyingly it had an automatic renewal so I had a surprise to see £80 taken from my ...

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I purchased an annual worldwide travel insurance from Lloyds (who I bank with). It seemed comprehensive. I didn't need to use it to claim for anything during the time. Annoyingly it had an automatic renewal so I had a surprise to see £80 taken from my account again 12 months later! I got the refund thankfully, but it caused unnecessary hassle!

25th October 2016

Do not rely on Lloyds Bank (bundle) Travel Insurance

Lloyds Bank are in Breach of about 75% of the Insurance Intermediary...

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Lloyds Bank are in Breach of about 75% of the Insurance Intermediary Regulations
They refuse point Blank to provide a copy of the Insurance Policy
Their Benefit Summary is full of errors omissions and ambiguities, many would consider it to be a fraudulent document.
The following are the hurdles to clear to claim for a travel accident
1. You must have been travelling on a public conveyance when the accident happens.
2. You require to have a hand or foot amputation in order to claim
3. If you claim against any other clause in the Benefit Summary a claim for a travel accident will not be paid.

The insurance regulations require Lloyds Bank International IOM to have a professional Indemnity policy but they do not have it.

The regulations require Lloyds Bank's Insurance Intermediary select the best policies available and to visit/speak to the client and to offer the client the most suitable policy

Lloyds Bank don't appear to employ insurance intermediaries. No one spoke to me about the travel insurance in advance. the policy in the bundle was not suitable to my needs, The Bene fit summary does not detail any claims procedures and Lloyds did not supply any claims assistance .

To indicate how helpful Lloyds Bank can be. They receive my letters, they read them, take note of them and file them but do not reply to them.

There is a refusal to pay for a genuine travel accident which required 5 operations on a right arm a multitude of hospital visits and which is paralysed after 3 years of treatment.

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