Being a one-way travel enthusiast usually means that I’ve experienced a lot on the road. Everything from luggage to intense weather conditions, health concerns and stolen pockets! And, as I know how much money, energy and time goes into planning the trip of a life, or a vacation that you have been slowly piecing together potentially even years, for weeks.
This is one reason that having your vacation cancelled is utterly soul destroying, not only will having your dream experience ignored from you in the last minute fully thwart all your plans and breathed out all the anticipation and excitement in a single fell swoop, but it may also make you in a financially vulnerable position. You are able to check out an infographic in Creditfix detailing exactly what to do should you end up in this situation by following this link.
The financial side of things is most likely the most worrying aspect of having your vacation cancelled, and even though you can take comfort from the fact that it was not your fault, the practice of getting your money back is presently a brand new burden you need to bear. With this in mind, I’ve submitted a infographic which will give you an insight in to getting your cash back as soon as possible, check it out below.