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On behalf of Thai Visa forum members , we all offer our sympathies to super-fit from Solihull and wish him a speedy recovery  

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23 minutes ago, Eindhoven said:

Really?

 

Yes, really!

 

Have a look at Post #19 or the linked article.

 

He was not so lucky with automatic extensions.

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1 hour ago, Crossy said:

No lid, insurance apparently invalidated when he failed to follow UK government advice to return to the UK.

Does that mean all Brits here have invalid insurance now?

Seems odd.

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Just now, BritManToo said:

Does that mean all Brits here have invalid insurance now?

Seems odd.

 

It would seem that those with policies from Virgin Money could have no cover. It would certainly do no harm whatever to get something in writing (email) from your provider.

 

I would say that it looks awfully like he had the wrong policy in the first place as he was living here.

 

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7 minutes ago, Crossy said:

 

Yes, really!

 

Have a look at Post #19 or the linked article.

 

He was not so lucky with automatic extensions.

 

That is him. Not I.

 

But which linked article?? Article no have.

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Superman found his Kryptonite.

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3 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Does that mean all Brits here have invalid insurance now?

Seems odd.

 

No it doesn't. Mine is valid, including for COVID-19 claims. 

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57 minutes ago, Solinvictus said:

How can you type up such a nasty comment regarding someone who had a serious accident. He is injured badly for Christ's sake..

 

Truly hope he recovers and makes it through as best as he can.

Yep the guy might struggle to live and lowlives attack him

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5 minutes ago, Crossy said:

 

Oh ok...you wrote or

 

Yes I read;

 

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Unfortunately not following FCO travel advice invalidates a policy. In addition, the maximum time our annual travel insurance policies cover single overseas stays is 90 days.”

 

My policy has the same conditions. But mine has been extended. But perhaps you needed to contact them. Perhaps he did not. I did.

I didn't just leave it and hope for the best. So each month, I get a new updated policy extension.

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