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How to get your money back if your holiday is cancelled

Written by Fiona

October 23 2019

After all of the planning and anticipation for your holiday, having it be cancelled is very disappointing. While holiday cancellations aren’t common, especially on a large scale, they do happen.

If you’re unfortunate enough to be affected, like the 150,000 people hit by the most recent holiday company collapse, it’s important to make the first steps towards getting your money back once the initial shock has worn off.

There are several ways you may be protected whether you booked a full package holiday or if it was only the flights or travel. The infographic below, from the experts at Creditfix, is a great place to start gathering everything you need to make sure you suffer the least from this difficult situation.

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