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Our gap year nightmare: I had to fly to Cambodia to rescue my sick daughter – then insurer refused to fly us home

Money Articles | Mail Online

UK woman’s daughter falls ill during gap year in Cambodia. Despite comprehensive travel insurance from Tesco Bank, provided by AXA, insurer initially refuses repatriation. Mother flies to Cambodia, daughter diagnosed with glandular fever and hepatitis. After escalating complaint, AXA agrees to repatriation and settles all medical and travel expenses, plus £100 compensation. Daughter recovers and continues travels.

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