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As of this posting, this is the tentatively approved list of Cuba health insurance providers that is now mandatory for all visitors to Cuba starting May 1.

Belgium
ELVIA-BRUSELAS
EUROP ASSISTANCE
EUROCROSS
INTER ASSISTANCE
MONDIAL ASSISTANCE

Brasil
ASSIST-CARD
CORIS
EUROCENTER
MONDIAL BRASIL
WORLDWIDE ASSISTANCE EUROP ASSISTANCE

Canada
ACM
ASSURED ASSISTANCE
CANASSISTANCE
DESJARDINS (SIGMA-ASSISTEL)
FOX FLIGHT
GLOBAL EXCEL
HEALTH INSURANCE DIVISION
ICMS-WORLDWIDE EMERGENCY ASSIST (TORONTO)
JOHN INGLE INSURANCE
KEEWATIN AIR
MAGNUS POIRIER
MEDICAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION
MONDIAL ASSISTANCE
POLTRUTT & SMITH
SIGMA ASISTEL
SKY SERVICE-FBO INC
WORLD ACCESS, CANADA
WORLD TRAVEL PROTECTION
WORLDWIDE MEDICLAIM

Chile
ASSIST-CARD
MONDIAL ASSISTANCE
SUR ASISTENCIA (MAPFRE)

Colombia
ANDIASISTENCIA
ASSIST-CARD
CORIS COLOMBIA
PANAMERICAN ASSISTANCE
COSTA RICA
ASSIST-CARD

Czech Republic
ELVIA

Denmark
EURO ALARM
INTERNATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE
NORDIC INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE
SOS INTERNATIONAL

England
ACIA-SEA CLAIMS = ANGLO CARIBBEAN INSURANCE
AEA INTERNATIONAL – SOS ASSISTANCE
ALPHA ASSISTANCE
ASSISTANCE 2000 – PRIMARY ASSISTANCE
ASSISTANCE INTERNATIONAL
CEGA
CIGNA
COOPERATIVE FUNERAL SERVICE
EUROP ASSISTANCE
FIRST ASSIST
GREEN FLAG
HACIA
IAS = INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICE FIRST SERVICE
INTERGROUP ASSISTANCE SERVICE
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL RESCUE
KENYON AIR TRANSPORTATION
MEDEX ASSISTANCE
MERCURY INTERNATIONAL ASSIST
MONDIAL ASSISTANCE
ROWLAND BROTHERS INTERNATIONAL
SFA
SOS INTERNATIONAL
THOMAS COOK
TRAVEL PROTECTION
WORLDWIDE ASSISTANCE

Finland
EMA EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
EUROOPPALAINEN INSURANCE

France
CGS
FIDELIA
FRANCE ASSIST
FRANCE SECOURS INTERNATIONAL
GESA PARIS
INTERFUNE
INTERMUTUELLE ASSISTANCE
MEDIC AIR INTERNATIONAK
POMPES FUNEBRES GENERALES

Greece
EUROP ASSISTANCE
MAFRE

Holland
ANWB
ELVIA ASSISTANCE
EUROCROSS
OHRA
SAS ALARM SERVICE
SOS INTERNACIONAL

Hungry
EUROP ASSISTANCE

Italy
ACI GLOBAL – SPA
AIDE ASSISTANCE
CORIS
ELVIA ASSISTANCE (MADRID)
EURA MILAN
EUROP ASSISTANCE
FILO DIRETTO
ITAL ASSISTANCE (AIDE)
MONDIAL ASSISTANCE
SFA
WAY CALL

Japan
EUROP ASSISTANCE
SFA

Mexico
ASSIST-CARD
AXA – GESA ASSISTANCE
EUROP ASSISTANCE
GLOBAL LIFE FLIGHT
MAS MEXICO - MMC MEXICO
MÉXICO ASSISTANCE
PANAMERICAN ASSISTANCE

Panama
PANAMA ASISTENCIA – MAFRE

Peru
ASSIST-CARD

Poland
CORIS VARSOVIA
ELVIA
ELVIA POLONIA
EUROP ASSISTANCE

Portugal
AIDE ASISTENCIA
COMPAÑÍA PORTUGUESA DE SEGUROS DE ASISTENCIA
ELVIA PORTUGAL
EUROP ASSISTANCE

Puerto Rico
AERO AMBULANCE

Russia
ACCORD LIMITED
BAO INTOURIST
GLOBAL VOYAGEUR ASSISTANCE
INTERMAR LIMITED
SOS INTERNATIONAL

Singapore
WORLDWIDE ASSISTANCE

South Africa
EUROP ASSISTANCE

Spain
B.I. ASSISTANCE
CAP ARAG
CORIS
FUNESPAÑA
IBERO ASSISTANCE
RACC
RACE ASISTENCIA
SOS ASSISTANCE MADRID
MAFRE
WINTERTHUR

Sweden
SFA

Switzerland
ELVIA SUIZA
EUROP ASSISTANCE
MEDICALL
ZURCÍ VERSICHERUNGSGESELLSCHAFT

United States
AIR AMBULANCE PROFESSIONALS
EUROP ASSISTANCE INTERNATIONAL (LOS ANGELES)
MEDEX
MERCURY INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE
MONDIAL ASSISTANCE
MONEY GRAM
NATIONAL JETS
NATIONAL AIR AMBULANCE
ON-CALL INTERNATIONAL (IAG)
USA ASSIST-DEMOCRACY CENTER
WORLD NET
WORLDWIDE ASSISTANCE SERVICES (WASHINGTON)

  1. Follow up post #1 added on April 02, 2010 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    Updated list of approved Cuba health insurance providers



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  2. Follow up post #2 added on April 03, 2010 by Yeyo with 411 total posts

    This is the dumbest idea. I know lot of people that have health insurance but their insurers are not in the list. If they have to purchase extra health insurance in order to go to Cuba they will probably choose to go to Dominican Republic, Mexico or somewhere else. Blue Cross Canada, which is among the major health underwriters in Canada is not on the list.
    Wait for foreign visitor numbers to come down.


  3. Follow up post #3 added on April 04, 2010 by cayo with 7 total posts

    Publisher: Is this the final list of approved health insurance providers.  It is not going down to well on the Trip advisor forum, There are a lot of angry people, when the news first broke on the 7th march I informed my travel agent TC I was met with blank stares and never heard of it, I tried the Cuban Consulate/ Embassy and the Cuban tourist board but never got any reply. (Thanks to Havana Journal for reporting this news or I would never of known).  Even now with the news of the approved insurers list most of them still never heard of this new policy, I fear there is going to be a lot of angry visitors at the Cuban airports this year.  Some people already have insurance with their banks and work, but some have already paid for insurance when they booked their holiday and then we were hit by this news, They will loose money on this policy, but they are thinking that there will be another (updated) list published. I don’t think there will be.  x


  4. Follow up post #4 added on April 04, 2010 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    This is all I know but I would expect an updated list.

    Remember the goal of this new policy is for the Cuban government to stick it to the tourist so the less approved insurance agencies out there, the more travelers will arrive with no health insurance. Guess what… all airports will have Cuban government health insurance policies for sale.

    Funny how that works.



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  5. Follow up post #5 added on April 05, 2010 by cayo with 7 total posts

    Thank- you Publisher, I know it’s because the Cuban Government can get more money out of the travellers going to Cuba, I think their making a big mistake with this new policy. I have been going to Cuba for 6yrs and I have many friends there, my previous Insurance polices are no longer acceptable in Cuba, I even looked into buying one from Asisstur but I would still need another insurance policy as this one does not cover baggage,delays,missed departure and other important things. I have managed to find a policy now,but it’s the other travellers I feel sorry for they didn’t get much notice of this and it’s not been widely publicised outside Cuba.  The Cuban government need more money and this is how they will achieve it but at what cost.  Thanks again Publisher you do a great job keeping me informed about Cuban news, just wish democracy could prevail in Cuba and my friends wouldn’t have to live in fear.  x


  6. Follow up post #6 added on April 05, 2010 by UseBlue with 1 total posts

    The Blue Cross plans in Canada use Canassistance as their Emergency Assistance Provider.  Canassistance is on the approved list of insurers.


  7. Follow up post #7 added on April 08, 2010 by CheersTerry with 6 total posts

    When this fiasco was first announced I bet that nothing would come of it and that it would simply be much ado about nothing. I’m still sticking to that bet. This won’t affect “normal” tourists, it’s simply another cash grab directed at Cuban Americans.

    According to Ms. Ortiz at the Cuban Tourist Board in Canada:

    1.) There is no list of accepted insurance companies.

    2.) All non American foreign insurance companies are accepted.

    If what she says is true (and yes, that’s a big “if”) then any tourist showing up with any non American insurance policy is fine.

    That means that only tourists with American insurance companies will be forced to buy the Cuban insurance.

    It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out…

    Cheers,
    Terry


  8. Follow up post #8 added on April 09, 2010 by Yeyo with 411 total posts

    Looks like they are counting with the removal of the US citizens travel ban to make some extra money.  Completely stupid idea but perfectly in line with the way Castro have governed Cuba for the last 50 years. They do not understand that when money is spent on the country it would be favorable to all Cubans. They want the money only on the government/Castro pockets. However on the short run I feel that it would affect the number of visitors. I know of people that have put their travel on hold until this new policy is clarified.


  9. Follow up post #9 added on April 09, 2010 by manfredz with 464 total posts

    My own guess is that its not greed that is powering this policy, but the simple fact that Americans and Cuban Americans may have need for medical servicces in Cuba and can’t pay for it; and Cubans can’t colect from American insurance companies, just like they cant collect on American credit cards used.
    And since I dont expect tehm to be able to for a while (making an exception in OFAC rules would be easy, but making it in a way these, then Cuban assets being seized in American lawsuits against the Cuban govt is another matter).
    But time will tell how this will play out.


  10. Follow up post #10 added on April 09, 2010 by Gringo Cubano with 42 total posts

    cayo wrote:
    ” just wish democracy could prevail in Cuba and my friends wouldn’t have to live in fear.  x”

    Your friends would not have to live in fear if they were not acting as enemies of the state under the control of foreign agents (i.e. YOU!).

    No patriotic Cuban lives in fear of anything except the ever-impending imperialist Yankee invasion by the dog president who happens to be in power.  Same thing they’ve lived in fear of for the last 50 years.  Otherwise, Cuba is paradise!


  11. Follow up post #11 added on April 09, 2010 by cayo with 7 total posts

    Gringo Cubano, You have got it wrong as usual, I haven’t got time for STUPID People like you.  Cuba should be run by the Cuban people with a Government they elected not one forced upon them. My friends love their homeland and would never leave, your the one acting as an agent under state control, I expected you to jump in referring to the Americans but sorry I’m not American and I wouldn’t like Cuba to be taken over by any other country. CUBA BELONGS TO THE CUBAN PEOPLE. I don’t need anyone telling me what to say or do because I’m not a communist or an agent acting for any state.


  12. Follow up post #12 added on April 09, 2010 by Gringo Cubano with 42 total posts

    cayo,
    I’m very sorry!  Obviously you’ve not read my other posts or you would have realized my comments above are a JOKE meant in total sarcasm and irony…..

    I am making fun of the Cuban government’s own arguements against any dissidents, which are completely absurd (enemies of the state, foreign agents).

    I thought my references to “imperialist Yankee invasion” and “dog president” would be over-the-top enough to be an obvious joke… sorry, but it probably too closely resembles the exact language used by Fidel and Raul on numerous occassions.

    Please don’t take personal offense at my comments… I was hoping to bait the Castro-lovers into agreeing with my comments as I’d like to see their defense of why your friends have to live in fear…. (would MiamiCuban or pipefitter actually agree with my stupid & ridiculous statements above?).

    Cuba will be paradise again when the Cubans (not the Castro’s) make the decisions.  As an American, I agree we should stay out of Cuban politics (but we will be glad to engage in business w/Cuba once our foolish embargo is lifted!)


  13. Follow up post #13 added on April 09, 2010 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    Please stay on topic. This article is about Cuba health insurance for tourists.

    Thank you.



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  14. Follow up post #14 added on April 09, 2010 by Gringo Cubano with 42 total posts

    cayo,
    Disculpame por hacer un chistoso sobre Cuba y el miedo que sufren todos los ciudadnos que tienen consiencia y pensamientos originales (que no son los robotos del Castro).  Por mi y la mayoridad de los ‘gringos’, solo que queremos es una Cuba libre y democratica.  Estoy completamente en soporte a ti.  Saludos y buena suerte a tu y tus amigos en la isla.


  15. Follow up post #15 added on April 09, 2010 by cayo with 7 total posts

    Lo sentimos Gringo Cubano Cuba me encanta a mí mismo también, pero odio a ver el sufrimiento de la gente, su appolagy aceptado. cuidarse a sí mismo, ya podemos volver a la editorial objeto   cayo x


  16. Follow up post #16 added on April 09, 2010 by Gringo Cubano with 42 total posts

    gracias cayo amigo

    I agree with comments above, this is a “tax” on US tourists….


  17. Follow up post #17 added on April 09, 2010 by cayo with 7 total posts

    I have received this E-mail from The Cuban Embassy regarding this new policy
    INFORMATION FOR TRAVELERS TO CUBA
    The Government of Cuba decided last February 16, that all travelers, foreign and Cubans living abroad, coming to the island from May 1, 2010 and thereafter shall take out a medical insurance policy.
    To meet such requirement, travelers shall have a travel insurance which covers medical expenses or a policy for medical expenses with coverage in Cuba.
    The insurance policy should be taken out at the home country of departure.  Travelers, who, exceptionally, do not have insurance at arrival, could take out a policy of insurance and assistance from Cuban insurance companies at the airport, port or marina. 
    Travel insurance from Cuban insurance companies and most international insurance companies receive travel assistance services in Cuba from Asistur S.A, available 24 hours all year round.
    Experience shows that over 80% of visitors to Cuba have insurance coverage, from companies at their countries of origin covering their medical expenses in Cuba.
    Residents in the United States traveling to Cuba will have to take out their insurance policy at their home country of departure from Cuban insurance companies.  The arrangement shall be made through agencies associated with Havantur-Celimar Company. US insurance companies do not provide coverage in the Cuban national territory.
    Upon demand after their arrival, travelers shall present a policy, insurance certificate or travelling assistance card valid for the time span they will stay in Cuba.
    Visitors to Cuba will not only find the natural beauty of the island and the proverbial hospitality of its people, but also absolute safety, which includes, of course, welfare and health.  In case of any medical emergency, the Cuban health system guarantees the necessary medical care through a network of policlinics and hospitals, covering every corner of the island.  Primary health care is provided in most of hotel facilities.  Cayo x


  18. Follow up post #18 added on April 09, 2010 by CheersTerry with 6 total posts

    It appears the Cuban government has done a huge back-pedal and this so called “List” - which has never been published or enforced by any official Cuban government source - back-fired in their faces.

    The entire deal can be summed up in one sentence now. “To meet such requirement, travelers shall have a travel insurance which covers medical expenses or a policy for medical expenses with coverage in Cuba.”

    So basically ANY insurance that’s not based in the US is fine, which means this is all much ado nothing for anyone except American travellers.

    Cheers,
    Terry


  19. Follow up post #19 added on April 10, 2010 by cayo with 7 total posts

    I agree, but it has made some travellers to Cuba change their destinations, which means a loss of revenue for Cuba.  The Cuban Government couldn’t arrange a piss up in a brewery ( excuse my French )  Cayo x


  20. Follow up post #20 added on April 10, 2010 by Yeyo with 411 total posts

    In high spheres of government in Cuba people is taking openly about the government running out of cash. This is one of the worst economic crises the government has confronted. Apparently Chavez is also a little bit tight.
    This is only another money grab. Stupid because any uninsured person that got sick in Cuba could go to the Cira Garcia clinic and other several clinics created to treat foreigners and which only purpose is to make money from that. 
    They even have companies selling health tourism packages for treatments and surgeries (Cubanacan) and catering to anybody that have money to pay (aka anybody but Cubans living in Cuba). In general compared to the first world the medical attention in Cuba is not that expensive and therefore was attractive.
    Contrary to what is being generally believed this measure is not only for the US visitors.
    In Canada which is the first sender of tourists to Cuba, there is a Government run health system free for all Canadians and residents in Canada, therefore lots and lots of people do not have extra health insurance or travel insurance. Therefore lot of people would be affected and some of them are already re-scheduling their trips destinations.
    Also the notion that most countries require travel insurance to all the visitors is completely false.


  21. Follow up post #21 added on April 12, 2010 by manfredz with 464 total posts

    Yeyo..
    agree with your statement about most countries requiring travel insurance being false,
    but disagree with most canadian travellers to foreign countries not having travel insurance.
    Its cheap and pushed by travel agents and online booking sites.  Think most travellers have, and dont think many are rescheduling their destinations.


  22. Follow up post #22 added on April 13, 2010 by Yeyo with 411 total posts

    My guess is that there is no statistics of it but at least I know a bunch of Canadians,  some of Cuban origin that travel often to Cuba and do not have or purchase travel insurance for the simple reason that if they have any health issue while in Cuba, the health care cost is not that expensive.
    The costs of touristic packages to Cuba and Dominican are similar and some people is changing their mind and looking for other horizons.


  23. Follow up post #23 added on April 14, 2010 by AMPARENT with 1 total posts

    Bonjour! Hello! Hola!
    Here in Montréal (Québec, Canada), we were told by the director of the Cuban tourist office that this measure doesn’t apply to Canadians. We just have to show our Medicare card, to prove that we are covered home. That’s it! No need to buy extra insurance to get through Cuban customs. BUT as in any country we travel to, it is HIGHLY recommended to possess a travel insurance, that will cover what our public healthcare system will NOT reimburse, for example rapatriation in air ambulance (about CA$25,000!) and prescribed medication.
    Voilà!


  24. Follow up post #24 added on April 15, 2010 by Caribation with 1 total posts

    Is the country list complete?
    I have my doubts because tiny Hungary is there bur Germany is not.


  25. Follow up post #25 added on April 15, 2010 by manfredz with 464 total posts

    as mentioned above it looks like there is no list (and suposedly never was one).  Basically it looks like you need acceptable medical travel insurance for which the Cuban governement can collect on if you require medical attention.  This will exclude any American companies which do not have OFAC approval (which I believe would exclude most American insurance companies).
    But rememebr it still has over 2 weeks before it takes effect so can still have some strange twists.


  26. Follow up post #26 added on April 16, 2010 by MiamiCuban with 87 total posts

    It’s hard to believe that anyone would criticize Cuba for trying to contain its healthcare costs by asking that travelers have their own insurance when visiting the island.  Is this really such an alien concept?  As for Americans, it’s a moot point because they’re not allowed to travel there anyway.  And even if they did travel to Cuba, the American ins companies don’t cover Cuban territory, so obviously travelers would have to find an “approved” carrier who DOES do business with Cuba.  The fact that the Cuban government is making money on this doesn’t necessarily mean that was the sole intention of this policy….only a side benefit.  My guess is that it’s all about avoiding healthcare costs for non-citizens.


  27. Follow up post #27 added on April 16, 2010 by Mike1960 with 1 total posts

    This is not the approved list of insurance companies. This is a list of the contracted assistance companies with Assistur and god knows how old it is. I say that because I know a company or two on this list that are not in business since 2001. There are other published material that says you only need to show proof of insurance for the length of you visit to Cuba. It seems that some companies on this list are trying to benefit from beeing on it.


  28. Follow up post #28 added on April 20, 2010 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    AXA has asked us to post the information they received from ASISTUR stating that the company has been added to the approved list of Cuba medical insurance providers. Therefore, travelers carrying AXA insurance will not be required to purchase additional insurance in Cuba.

    The letter, from Director Emilio Fernandez Guevara, states that he confirms that AXA is an approved vendor of insurance and that visitors to Cuba with health insurance from AXA will be allowed into Cuba as of May 1, 2010.

    AXA Assistance, AXA Travel Insurance and Interpartner Assistance policies are processed through Mexico.

    ——————

    Estimado Doctor:

    Por la presente confirmo que los visitantes a Cuba que posean productos de seguros de viaje del grupo AXA – Interpartner, no confrontarán problemas para su entrada al país respecto al requisito de poseer un seguro de viajes para dicha entrada a partir del 1 de mayo de 2010.

    ASISTUR ha hecho público que mantiene contrato vigente de corresponsalía para asistir en Cuba a los clientes de AXA ASSISTANCE, AXA TRAVEL INSURANCE e INTERPARTNER ASSISTANCE (IPA), cuyos casos, como Usted conoce, se tramitan a través de la central de AXA en México.

    Sin otro asunto, le saluda cordialmente

    Emilio Guevara Fernández

    Director General

    ASISTUR



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  29. Follow up post #29 added on April 25, 2010 by Mako with 172 total posts

    Is there a definitive cost for this insurance ? I have heardnumerous different quotes


  30. Follow up post #30 added on May 02, 2010 by pipefitter with 275 total posts

    I just came back from Cuba and was told that any proof of Canadian coverage would be sufficient. I was also told that the Cuban plan has two levels, plan A which is 2.50 cuc/day and plan B is 3.00cuc/day. what this covers, I don’t know. One of my Canadian family was treated by a doctor for a minor ailment at a residence, and we were charged nothing.


  31. Follow up post #31 added on May 06, 2010 by CheersTerry with 6 total posts

    As of today (subject to change, of course) this is an up-to-date, fairly accurate wrap-up of the whole mess:

    1.) As I predicted right from the beginning this entire insurance fiasco is basically a non-issue for most tourists. It’s a cash grab aimed directly at Cuban Americans and American tourists, that’s all.

    2.) There is no “List” of accepted foreign insurance companies. There has never been such a “List.” I wish this myth would finally die.

    3.) Any proof of health insurance (even a relatively useless Provincial Health Card from Canada) is technically all you require to satisfy Cuban Immigration. (That said, use the same common sense you would dealing with any bureaucracy - especially a Cuban one - and bring a cover letter or documentation proving you have insurance and that it extends to Cuba.)

    Of course it’s your responsibility to determine if your insurance company extends coverage to Cuba and if that coverage is sufficient to cover your persoanl needs.

    4.) Thus far in Havana, Varadero and Holguin (traditionally the worst airport for bitchy Aduana agents) there has been almost zero enforcement. If you’re one of the very few non American passengers who gets asked to provide proof of insurance you simply show any health insurance card and you’re on your way, no big deal. If you reside in the US then you’re directed to the kiosk selling official Cuban government Asistur Insurance. It costs about 3 CUC per day for the length of your stay.

    Accurate info from real government sources, not blogs or the news:

    i.) http://www.gocuba.ca/client/news/show.php?news_id=17

    ii.) http://www.voyage.gc.ca/countries_pays/report_rapport-eng.asp?id=69000 (Section 4)

    Tranquilo, and have a nice trip.


  32. Follow up post #32 added on August 28, 2010 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    ASISTUR approved travel insurance providers in Cuba

    A
    ACI GLOBAL SPA.
    ADAC - GERMANY
    AFRIQUE ASSISTANCE S.A
    AIDE BARCELONA
    AIDE ITALIA
    AIDE LISBOA
    ALMEDA GMBH MERCUR ASSISTANCE
    ALPHA ASSISTANCE
    ANDI ASISTENCIA
    ANWB B.V.
    ASA ASSISTANCE SERVICE OF THE AMERICAS
    ASISTENCIA BOLIVIANA
    ASSIST CARD
    ASSISTANCE INTERNATIONAL
    ASSURANCE MEDICALE IMAS UNIVERSAL ASSISTANCE
    ASSURED ASSISTANCE

    B
    BAYERISCHE BEAMTENKRANKENKASSE ORAG SERVICE GMBH
    BENELUX ASSIST S.A MAPFRE
    BRASIL ASISTENCIA S.A MAPFRE
    BUPA DENMARK SERVICES AS INTERNATIONAL HELTH INSURANCE D

    C
    CANADIAN MEDICAL NETWORK EURA CANADA
    CANASSISTANCE
    CARDINAL ASSISTANCE
    CARIBE ASISTENCIA
    CEGA AIR AMBULANCE
    CLASS ASSISTANCE
    CO-OPERATORS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
    COLOMBIA ASISTENCIA
    COSTA RICA ASISTENCIA MAPFRE
    CUSTOMER CARE
    CUSTOMER CARE AUSTRALIA
    CUSTOMER CARE SOLUTIONS

    E
    ECUASISTECIA S.A MAPFRE
    EMA GROUP
    EMELY TOURS
    EURO - ALARM AS
    EURO-ALARM PRAGUE
    EUROCROSS
    EUROCROSS BELGICA
    EUROCROSS HOLANDA
    EUROP ASSIST CHINA
    EUROP ASSISTANCE CEI
    EUROP ASSISTANCE CLEARING CENTER
    EUROPEA DE SEGUROS

    F
    FEDERAL ASSIST. MAPFRE
    FILO DIRETTO
    FINE CUBA S.A DE C.V
    FIRSTASSIST
    FRANCE ASSIST S.A MAPFRE
    FRANCE SECOURS INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE
    FUNESPANA

    G
    GLOBAL EXCEL MANAGEMENT
    GLOBAL VOYAGER ASSISTANCE GVA
    GOUDA REJSEFORSIKRING
    GRUPO CORIS
    GRUPO EUROPASSISTANCE
    GRUPO MAPFRE
    GRUPO MONDIAL - ELVIA
    GULF ASSIST MAPFRE

    I
    IBERO ASIST. ARGENTINA MAPFRE
    IBERO ASISTENCIA ESPANA MAPFRE
    IBERO ASISTENCIA FILIPINAS MAPFRE
    IBERO ASSIST. S.A PORTUGAL MAPFRE
    IMA DEUTSCHLAND
    IMA IBERICA SA
    INTER GROUP ASSISTANCE SERVICE IGAS
    INTERMUTUELLE ASSISTANCE
    INTERNATIONAL SOS ESPANA
    INTERNATIONAL SOS GROUP
    INTERPARTNER ASSISTANCE AXA
    IRELAND ASSIST LTD. MAPFRE

    M
    MAPFRE ASISTANCE MOSCU
    MAPFRE ASISTENCIA
    MEDCOM TEAM GRUPO IAG
    MEDGATE ASSISTANCE
    MEDIC’AIR INTERNATIONAL
    MEDICALL
    MEXICO ASISTENCIA MAPFRE

    O
    OMINT
    ON CALL INTERNATIONAL

    P
    PANAMA ASISTENCIA MAPFRE
    PERU ASISTENCIA MAPFRE
    POMPES FUNEBRES GRALES ASSIST.
    POTTRUF AND SMITH TRAVEL INSURANCE
    PRIMARY ASSIST

    Q
    QUETZAL ASISTENCIA S.A MAPFRE

    R
    REAL AUTOMOVIL CLUB DE CATALUNA RACC
    REAL AUTOMOVIL CLUB DE ESPANA RACE
    REMED ASSISTANCE
    ROAD CHINA ASSITANCE MAPFRE
    ROLAND ASSISTANCE
    ROWLAND BROTHERS INTERNATIONAL

    S
    SELECT CARE WORLD WIDE CORPORATION
    SIGMA ASSISTEL DESJARDIN
    SKYSERVICE AVIATION INC.
    SOCIETE ESSENCE
    SOS INTERNATIONAL AS DINAMARCA
    SOS INTERNATIONAL AMSTERDAM
    SUR ASISTENCIA MAPFRE

    T
    TELIS GMBH AND COKG EURO MONDIAL
    THOMAS COOK
    TIC AGENCIES
    TOURING CLUB BELGIUM TCB
    TOURING CLUB SUISSE TCS
    TRYG-BALTICA AS
    TUR ASSIST L.S MAPFRE
    TYROL AIR AMBULANCE

    U
    UNION KRANKENVERSICHERUNG ORAG SERVICE GMBH
    UNIVERSAL ASSISTANCE
    URUGUAY ASISTENCIA MAPFRE

    V
    VENEASISTENCIA MAPFRE
    VERISAFE GLOBAL ASSISTANCE
    VTB-VAB INTERASSISTANCE

    W
    WINTERTHUR SUIZA
    WORLD TRAVEL PROTECTION
    WORLDCARE AUSTRALIA



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