Traveler’s home insurance policy loses money
Travelers home insurer is in trouble after a recent incident in which the policy lost money.
Clorox Travel Wipes has a policy in place for travelers to travel from the United States to Spain.
It covers up to $20,000 in damages, but if it fails to cover all the damages, the policy is worthless.
A lawsuit filed by a California woman in April says the company failed to pay for all the claims she made on her policy.
Cloox said in a statement that the company is “committed to providing the best customer service in the industry” and that the policy has been canceled and the company will work with her to determine if any other coverage is available.
The company said it “understands the inconvenience and frustration this has caused and is working closely with her and her insurance company to ensure her claim is processed.”
Cloxtax Travel Wipe policy has a minimum of $10,000 of coverage for travel to Spain and up to two people per trip, but Clorox said that’s less than what she needed to cover the cost of her trip.
In addition, the company said she should have been covered by the $10 million policy if she had purchased insurance through the company, but the policy was cancelled.
Cloextax is offering a refund, which will be credited to your Clorxtax travel wipe credit, and you can visit the site to receive a refund.
Clothing, Home Protection, and Personal ProtectionCoverCloexx has a $20 million home protection policy that covers $2 million in claims for injuries and damages from domestic and international disasters.
Clorx said it has paid more than $100 million in damages since 2006, including a $4.9 million judgment against a woman for injuries suffered when her husband and his friends hit her in the face.
The policy covers a $5,000 deductible for the first two years, and then the policy goes up to a maximum of $30,000 per year.
Clotexx said in an email that the claims against its policy were “very costly” because the company “has been paying claims against this policy for more than 10 years.”
Clotxtax said in its statement that it is “investigating all claims and will provide updates as warranted.”