How to get your money back when your trip is cancelled
Have you recently been unlucky enough to have your holiday cancelled? It is a horrible thing to have happen. Hopefully, this is the first and only time it will happen to you. It is completely normal to not really know what to do next. First, you can take comfort in the fact that you are not alone in this situation. There is helpful and effective advice available to you to help you get your money back.
Which options are best for you will depend on what type of holiday you had booked. The circumstances that lead to the holiday cancellation also matter. This can escalate from an administrative error with the travel agents up to the entire holiday company you booked with going out of business. Of course, this last option is very unlikely but as recent events have proved with big companies failing, it is definitely possible. So to get you started on the road to dealing with your cancelled trip, take a look at the infographic below from the pros over at Creditfix and find which part applies best to you.
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