Being a self-confessed travel addict means that I’ve experienced a lot on the road. Everything from lost luggage to stolen wallets, health concerns and extreme weather conditions! And, as someone who loves life on the road, I also know how much time, effort and money goes into planning a holiday, or the trip of a lifetime that you’ve been slowly piecing together for months, potentially even years.
This is one of the reasons that having your holiday cancelled is utterly soul destroying, not only does having your dream adventure snatched away from you at the last minute completely thwart all your plans and snuff out all the anticipation and excitement in one fell swoop, but it can also leave you in a financially vulnerable position. You can check out an infographic from Creditfix detailing what to do if you find yourself in this position by clicking here.
The financial side of things is probably the most worrying aspect of having your holiday cancelled, and while you can take comfort from the fact that it wasn’t your fault, the process of getting your money back is now a new burden you have to bear. With this in mind, I’ve posted a helpful infographic which will give you an insight into getting your money back as soon as possible, check it out below.