Sometimes you book a trip with friends and it's not totally clear how
everything has been paid. And what's the situation with that hotel
booking which didn't require you to pay a deposit? These examples give
you an idea of how exactly you are covered by this insurance.
1. Travelling with friends
You go away with some friends. One of you pays for all of the
flights and accommodation and you (the credit card holder) reimburse
your friend for your share of the trip. Are you covered?
Yes. If you reimbursed your friend for your share using a means
of payment from KBC, you're covered for your share of the trip if your
name is on the travel contract, rental contract or air ticket.
2. Booking a hotel without paying a deposit
You booked a hotel online and received a confirmation e-mail, but
you didn't have to pay a deposit. Are you covered?
Yes. Entering into a travel contract and receiving confirmation
of this, for example by e-mail, means that you're covered if you have
to cancel your trip or cut it short.