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We went on a family trip to Osaka for the holidays. During the second day, my baby unexpectedly gets a high fever. A day after, the fever still wasn’t going down even after taking paracetamol so we rushed him to the hospital. BUT! The hospital rejected us since my baby was not a local and they insisted that they didn’t have a paediatrics branch.  They instead referred us to a small clinic.

The next day, my baby’s fever got even worse. It reached 40 degrees and his whole body was shivering. I didn’t know what to to do. Finally, I asked someone for help and begged them to call an ambulance for us. I was so terrified that we will get rejected once again and that no one will treat my baby.After the ambulance came, they checked my baby and asked for some ID. We found out that the ambulance wasn’t owned by any hospital so they still had to find a hospital that will be willing to admit my non-local son. Thankfully, they found one that agreed to take us in.

This was the most horrifying trip of my life. We’re still lucky that it was only a fever. Could you imagine what would’ve happened if a more dangerous illness infected my son? He might not have made it.

After this incident, I realized how important travel insurances are. We never know what will happen when we visit another country. It’s better to always be prepared, especially in an unfamiliar place.

Make sure to always be prepared. Download the Wesurance app to get covered anytime, anywhere.

5th Jul 2019

A tourist got saved by an insurance company out of emergency

Rachel, 25 year-old Hongkonger, went on a travel. Her trip was from London to Singapore and was supposed to spend 2 days in Dubai. When she departed from London airport, she had one hand carry backpack and one registered luggage. After landing Dubai, she found out that the luggage that she registered in London airport hasn’t arrived. With no clothes to change, no toiletries to use, she had to stay one day in the dessert-like hot weather of Dubai until her luggage comes on the second day in Dubai.

Fortunately, Rachel did prepare for every possible incident. She had purchased travel insurance before the trip. With the reimbursement from the insurance company, she could buy clothes to change and toiletries to clean. The insurance will just pay for her. She could refresh herself with no worries.

People always worry about uncertain and unexpected situations in their lives. What if such incidents happens during a trip in other countries? Language barrier and physical distance from your home country will make you panicked out.

If you face any unexpected incidents, what will you do? Will you think of this matter before you take the first step of travel and be prepared? Being a smart traveller is not difficult at all. Always be prepared and plan one step ahead. Buying insurance doesn’t mean throwing out money for nothing. It is investment for better, safer, and smarter future.

 

24th Jun 2019

Wesurance is listed on the “20 FINTECH STARTUPS in Hong Kong” from Fintech News Hong Kong. Linkedin Link: https://lnkd.in/f4GrW2U

19th Mar 2019

A good start in 2019 with FINTECH AWARDS 2018 in Insurance – Outstanding Insurance Mobile Application.
Thank you for the HKSAR government, Insurance Authority, Cyberport and ET Net Limited. It’s my honor to represent our team Wesurance to get this Award!

Linked-in Link: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6508964499180097536/

6th Mar 2019

In the insurance industry, how to transform the unserved segment into high growth market?
By Wesurance’s platform!
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No matter low-income, social class, or education should have the same right to be protected.
Wesurance has just launched our first Micro-insurance, a back-up plan for their kids expecting their parents’ return after many years of hard work outside their home countries. This is achieved by Wesurance’s technology platform.
#microinsurance #WeOo #DomesticHelpers #Wesurance #Fintect #insurtech #保險 #保險科技

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