Emergency Assistance Plus not just for dire emergencies
EA+ helps in many ‘routine’ emergencies
When you’re away from home, anything that disrupts travel can be an emergency; you don’t have to be critically ill to take advantage of the many benefits of Emergency Assistance Plus (EA+). The program comes to the rescue for serious medical situations and death while away from home, but it also helps with minor yet annoying travel disruptions.
For example, EA+ is on your side to help track down lost luggage. The organization knows the ins and outs of how the airlines work, so you want EA+ on your side when your bags go missing. EA+ also helps with lost documents: passport, driver’s license, visas, and lost or stolen credit cards, too. It’s easy to pick up the phone and call EA+ when you find yourself with the dilemma of something gone wrong on a trip.
EA+ also will smooth the way with a “no limit” emergency cash transfer assistance—against a valid credit card, of course, but you won’t face a frustrating phone tree with anonymous clerks in case you find yourself with no cash and no wallet when away from home. This service becomes particularly valuable when outside the country where toll-free numbers may not work. You can simply call EA+.
There are lots of big reasons to join EA+—knowledgeable assistance in case you face a serious medical emergency away from home for one—but there are a dozen small reasons to join as well. With EA+ on your side, an annoying emergency can be solved by making one phone call.
There’s no better time to join EA+. It’s simple, and you can apply online. For just $89 for an individual and $109 for a family plan, you can’t go wrong. You may not control when an emergency strikes, but you can be prepared when it does.