There’s no shortage of expert tips for buying travel insurance online. But where’s a pro when you really need one?
That’s what Mike Mehta wanted to know when he contacted me recently. “Is travel insurance worth buying?” he asked. “Do you have any recommendations for reasonably priced travel insurance providers?”
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Consumer advocates have enemies. Lots of enemies. Some of them threaten you, some sue, and others hire hackers to attack your site.
Last week, it was hackers. They showed up on Thursday, broke a few things on your favorite consumer advocacy site, and then ran like the cowards they are.
They tried to shut us down, but they failed.
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When Lorine Lashock buys tickets on Frontier Airlines, the fare includes two checked bags. But Frontier thinks otherwise, and charges her $100 on her return. Can she get her money back?
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When American Airlines delays and then cancels Jeanette Franz’s flight, she and her family miss her grandmother’s funeral in Illinois. Are they entitled to a refund?
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With violence against American tourists in the news, summer travelers who usually ask, “Where should I go this year?” may be more likely to wonder, “Which places should I avoid?” What are the world’s most dangerous destinations?
Here’s how to answer that question before you make plans.
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