Landing on this post can only mean one thing. That you’ve had your holiday plans cancelled. Let me first express my sympathies, there’s nothing more gut-wrenching then having a holiday you’ve been saving towards for months snatched away from you at the last minute. As an avid traveller myself I know how much planning and financial backing you have to input into your travels and holidays, so whether it’s your holiday package that’s been cancelled, or your flights it is completely natural to feel like you’ve been left in limbo. Discover Creditfix.co.uk and check out their infographic on what steps you should take after your holiday has been cancelled.
Trying to get your money back from your holiday provider sounds difficult, but you need to remember that as a consumer you have rights, which will give you access to a full refund of your cancelled holiday. But that doesn’t make the process any less daunting! You’ll undoubtedly have lots of questions that need answering so, with this in mind, I’ve added a helpful infographic that details the options you have and the steps you should take in order to get you money back as soon as possible. Check it out below and good luck!