All kinds of things happen when you travel a lot, as I do. Most of the time, they are goo, at other times, not so much. This is the case for every type of traveler. So, How to ensure that you do not lose your money if your holiday is cancelled?

One of the worst things that can happen is that your travel firm or airline goes bust. In that situation, nine times out of ten, that means that your holiday is automatically cancelled. But, all is not lost. With a little bit of help from Creditfix, you can usually get your money back. 

The infographic they sent me, which I have included on this page, shows you the right way to go about getting a refund. All you need to do is to browse through it, pick the solution that applies to your particular situation and do what it says there. 

Usually, you will get your refund fairly quickly and be able to book yourself another trip. Of course, if the cancellation was caused by a natural disaster or adverse weather event you may not be able to travel to your planned destination. But, try not to let that worry you.

The chances are you will enjoy the alternative destination just as much, if not more. Sometimes these bumps in the road end up leading to your biggest and best adventures. That is what to do and how to ensure that you do not lose your money if your holiday is cancelled.






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