Who's Chris?

I’m an author, columnist and consumer advocate.

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My advocacy

I fight for you every day.

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Where's Christopher?

I’m always on the road, talking to consumers and helping people.

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My blog

I write about my own adventures — and misadventures — on my personal site.

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Cast off!

It finally happened. After five weeks of confinement, my middle son was liberated from his cast this week. The snapshot (above) taken by his mother, happened just seconds before being released from his plaster prison

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Now it’s getting serious

If you live in the United States, then you know the political season is about to get serious with tomorrow’s Iowa caucus. But the 2016 campaigns are also a little quirky, with the likes of Trump and Bloomberg in the mix.

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Blank slate

If this is the view from your window this morning, then you’re in good company. It’s cold and snowy almost everywhere on America’s East Coast.

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Mixed feelings

It’s no coincidence that our house in Winter Springs, Fla., faces Cape Canaveral, which is just an hour’s drive east. We love to watch those launches.

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Grounded

We’re grounded.

After my middle son, Iden, broke his arm last week, his orthopedic specialist put him on the “no-fly” list. So here we are.

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Be a smarter traveler

My latest book, How To Be The World’s Smartest Traveler (And Save Time, Money and Hassle) is the instruction manual for your next trip.

It’s full of actionable advice, lists and answers to the most common and most perplexing travel questions. I break through the frustration of every imaginable aspect of a trip at each step of the way.

The book shows you how to save time and money and prevent hassles. I share my favorite shortcuts, tips on where bargains can be had (and which offers are too good to be true) and ways to avoid being harassed by such travel irritants as onerous contracts or aggressive timeshare salespeople.

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What they’re saying

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Please accept my abundant gratitude for your efforts on my behalf. – Ivy Myles, Tucson, Arizona

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We are amazed and thankful for your efforts and for taking the time to look into our case. Big thumbs up! – Peter de JongeUitgeest, Netherlands

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Thank you for your help. I greatly appreciate the work you have been doing to fight for the consumer. – Michael Chua, San Francisco

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I'm here for you 24/7

Seriously, I sleep with my phone. Because I care, that's why. The easiest way to reach me is through the form above or through my site. Don't be turned off by the form -- it helps me collect the information I need and connect you with the right people who can fix your problem. If you don't get an immediate response, please send me an email. (Alas, some browsers are not fully compatible with this form. But that's life on the Internet, isn't it?) Here's my address. Or you can call me. I'm at (202) 370-7934.