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Blue Cross Life Insurance Reviews

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Travel Insurance

 
(5.0 out of 5 stars)
by CanadianAbroad May 25, 2019
...I saw a lot of bad reviews so I wanted to share my experience. I have 360 days of travel insurance with Alberta Blue Cross. I'm on an internship in the USA and bought a year's worth of insurance. I have had to go to the doctor 4 times. Once I had to go to a hospital. They've covered 100% of my expenses. I've only had to pay my prescription and then I can mail them my receipt and be reimbursed. I appreciate how effortless they've made this and how they direct bill at the doctor's office. The hospital I had to pay a "down payment" (America..) and the hospital sent me many notices of sending me to collections until Blue Cross paid them (it took maybe 2 weeks and I received around 6 letters). Blue Cross apologized for the hospital and said they should never have contacted me that soon. The customer service agents were incredibly helpful and reassuring during that stressful time. I've gone in for a UTI, Kidney infection, eye infection, strep throat, and cyst removal and my travel insurance covered everything. Highly recommend Blue Cross for your travels...
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Individual Insurance Plan

 
(1.0 out of 5 stars)
by agood May 17, 2019
...Blue Cross Insurance is the worst insurance company. Their Individual and travel Plan is a scam, a rip-off. This company collects money only and rejected all my claims, so after three months I cancelled my individual Health Insurance with them and lost three months’ pay. I am happy am out because it was so frustrating with Blue Cross...
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Travel insurance

 
(1.5 out of 5 stars)
by Cris Apr 19, 2019
...Worst ever! I spent 350$ on insurance I went for a trip in Canada. I had a problem with my eye, went to the specialist and pay the fee. After, I call blue cross and they see that it does not cover because I didn't call them... Anyway, I've got a full refund because I cancelled the insurance! NEVER Again Blue Cross...
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near total waste of money

 
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by miguel Jun 05, 2018
...My mom had Blue Cross health insurance for 26 years, spending about $19000 in total. Whenever she had health expenses, they weren't covered. When she was in hospital, she was entitled to a semi-private room through her insurance but the hospital wouldn't move her and Blue Cross refused to call them to clarify the situation. Finally, after we put up a big fuss, she had a few days of her 3-week stay in a decent room. After years of this, we called to get some documents telling what is actually covered, they sent the new card we requested but nothing about what is and isn't covered. When she died, they said they would process a refund. I sent the doctor's death declaration but they e-mailed 2 weeks later saying they wanted a death certificate. It is too late to bother now, the last month is over. The whole thing is pretty much a scam, you are better off putting some money aside for unforeseen medical expenses or going with a REAL insurance provider...
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The worst customer experience

 
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by MB Sep 15, 2017
...Blue cross is the worst customer experience I have ever had because they are a complete money grab. They make you pay for all of your expenses abroad out of your own pocket, and do not clarify what is under insurance and what is not. "Sudden and unexpected medical conditions" seems great because one would assume that most medical conditions are unexpected and sudden, however, Blue Cross means it so steal your money because to them everything is expected and nothing is sudden! I will never let me, my family or my friends do business with them ever again, you are better off just paying out of your own pocket!
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THE WORST EVER!

 
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by Bisho Aug 27, 2017
...I have lived in several countries and tried different kind of insurances. This Blue cross is unbelievable! When you register with them, they don't bother to tell you all important details. You will be surprised with it only when you are calling for a claim. 1st of all most of insurance companies provide in-advance payment for their customers. it means when you visit a doctor they will pay everything and you have to pay nothing! but Blue cross will make you pay first and then send whatever documents for the amount you paid. after more than a week i called because i didn't receive any reply from them and the agent in a very rude way told me "what? you sent it a week ago? it takes 3 months!!!!". Nobody informed me this when i came to register!! 3 months to get a refund??!!!! For me this is the worst insurance company ever and i will never recommend it to anyone!
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Blue Cross Insurance

 
(1.0 out of 5 stars)
by LC Aug 25, 2017
Terrible, not worth your money and time. I was with the insurance company for 8 months and it has been the most difficult insurance I've dealt with before. Usually I never write reviews when I'm unhappy about a service, but I would like to let people know that they're not easy to deal with. Over the 8 months I've successfully claimed my money back 3/5 times. I received 1 cheque 4 months later, after constant following-up with Blue Cross. I've decided to cancel Blue Cross even though I still have 1 more cheque that have not been sent to me. I've dealt with this claim for over 8 months. They mailed me letters requesting for more information after each time I have provided what they had asked for. Suddenly, a month ago I received another letter in the mail from them (even after I responded to their previous info request) saying that if I hadn't replied in 30 days and this has not been dealt with, they will close the claim and I will not be able to receive any money. What had really upset me was when I called in the last time, they told me the reason they're only allowing me 30 more days is because they have already given me 8 months to deal with this. I was extremely disappointed as I have clearly been responding and providing with all the information they've asked for. I'm really upset that they keep pushing me around so they can buy more time and not give me a proper response, and tell me they've given me so much time. I will never recommend anyone using this company.
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Bluecross? Criminals.

 
(1.0 out of 5 stars)
by aliveandwell Jul 14, 2017
...I was in a very serious car accident (rear-ended) and could not work for 9 months. I applied for short-term disability which was part of my plan and do you think I saw a penny of that? Nothing. I would send in two specialists reports plus my GP's report per their request. Six weeks would go by without a word and I would get a letter advising it had been over a month and they needed updated medical reports. I would send them in, 6 weeks would go by, I would get a letter saying the same thing. After these crooks doing that THREE times to me I handed it over to my lawyer. He sued and we won. I only gave them a star because you had to give at least one. They don't deserve even one star...
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No actual "benefit"

 
(1.0 out of 5 stars)
by WJ Apr 27, 2017
...You may be thinking you're getting a good deal but your not. Everything is deemed "pre-existing" and nothing is covered. You also have to wait 6 months for some coverage to start (Medication). The blue assured plan is ridiculously expensive and covers you for crap all. DON'T PURCHASE. It is more beneficial to pay as you go....Sad...
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A complete scam

 
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by Disappointed1701 Sep 08, 2016
...The individual health insurance seems great. The plan seems to provide many benefits for a low cost. If you claim a benefit? Your medical history will be investigated and you will be labelled as having a pre-existing condition, regardless of your actual medical history. You will be unable to make future claims for this affliction. If your doctor disputes these findings and sends a letter to Blue Cross, it will be ignored. You will spend in excess of four months going back and forth with the very friendly but entirely clueless and useless customer service staff. In short, a COMPLETE waste of time and money. Avoid at all costs...
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Worst company EVER

 
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by Brew Aug 25, 2014
...I had the largest policy Blue Cross offered while I was a student in university. 1 million dollars in coverage towards travel for needed hospitals. When I contracted a rare cancer and had to fly 3000 miles away for treatment, I went to blue cross to put in a claim. Phone call after phone call and an afternoon of face to face discussion with my policy proof in hand, I was denied any coverage at all!! WHat is the point of having insurance, if the providers are complete crooks? Their reason for denying my claim was that I would have to prove that I was going to die if I didn't fly to another hospital? They don't even treat what I have anywhere else!! The only way to prove you would die otherwise is to die?!?! Obviously they won't pay if you are dead either!? Please save your money and pick someone else or nobody at all. You'll be better off!...
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