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Travel insurance

Hi all I have COPD / Obliterative bronchiolitis and I am looking for travel insurance. Somebody suggested NFOP. For members they do an annual travel scheme with no declaration of medical conditions. Has anybody used this insurance if so is it any good. I know it’s difficult and expensive for insurance for copd sufferers so any help would be welcome. Many thanks.

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Sorry, I haven't heard of this organisation before so cannot really comment on their insurance. Having looked at their site I notice that a condition of it being issued is that you must be 'fit to travel'. I would want this clarifying to ensure they did not have a get out clause in case of needing to claim.

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Hi. I've not used it or heard of it I'm afraid. I'm lucky enough to be able to use the travel insurance that comes with my bank account.

I recall reading mention of StaySure insurance, might be worth a look. Good luck. P

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Thank you for your replies as you say I haven’t heard of them either so need to look into it further.

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Just remember to read the small print well insurance companies will everything not to pay out

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Thank you for your advise these insurance companies certainly don’t make things easy.

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Saga and Staysure have declined me but All Clear took me on very reasonably too. Give then a try,

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Thank you looks like I’m going to have to try a few and see what happens.

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Try Insurancewith, all one word,they seem to be very good

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Thank you I’m making a list of possibilities. If you are refused by one company does it make a difference when you try someone else?

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Try Age Concern. They offered the best quote to me with Bronchiectasis and my husband with heart issues.

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