Mondial Travel Insurance
Mondial Travel Insurance - Operating As Allianz Global Assistance
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There has been no change to the company itself, only the name has changed.
Allianz Global Assistance is a provider of travel insurance and emergency assistance in Australia and New Zealand, providing travel cover and assistance to over 250 million people each year. Allianz provides emergency assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year anywhere in the world.
What insurers are backed by Allianz Global Assistance?
Who is Mondial Travel Insurance?
Allianz Global Assistance was founded in 1983 as a medical assistance provider named Worldcare. In 2001 Worldcare became a member of the Allianz Global Assistance Group, which was previously known in Australia as Mondial Assistance. Since then, Allianz has grown to be one of the largest insurers in Australia.
The Allianz Global Assistance Group was founded in Switzerland in the 1950s and now operates in over 29 countries. They mainly partner with airlines, travel agencies, banks, and other organisations. Because of their global influence, a policy with Allianz means that you'll receive support from all over the world when it concerns your insurance.
Mondial Travel Insurance claims
Allianz Australia handles all travel insurance claims directly and processes claims within 10 business days of receiving your claim. If your claim is successful, you'll always be paid the amount in Australian dollars. All you need to do is pay for your trip expenses and keep a hold of receipts and payment proof. Afterwards, you can send in your claim with all the relevant documents and receipts attached, and Allianz will pay you direct into your bank account.
To get the claims process underway, you'll need to fill out an online claims form on the Allianz Australia website. Having your policy number on you will make the process easier and quicker. After you've completed the online form, print it off and attach any supporting documents (accident reports, medical forms, or other relevant documentation) and send it off to Allianz. Make sure to scan a copy of these forms and supporting documentation for your own records, as Allianz will require you to send in the original copies.
You can get travel insurance with Allianz Australia through any one of their Australian travel partners.
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