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Old 21.07.2021, 17:09
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Refused semi-private health insurance

I have been liaising with a representative from SWICA, and I thought I had read all the paperwork comprehensively and understood the conditions and costs.

After submitting my forms however, I've just been told that my preferred option, which included semi-private cover in case of hospitalisation, has been refused due to my 'health situation'.

The only situation I mentioned is that I broke my ankle 5 years ago. The ankle was repaired surgically on the day of the accident, with the insertion of 2 small screws.

This seems like a very minor reason to refuse the preferred coverage, which I'm quite willing to pay for. Has anyone else had a similar experience?
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