Lake Havasu City, AZ (PRWEB) July 25, 2014
The Infinity Incentive Group complaints resolution group knows that sometimes, unfortunate things can happen to travelers while they are on vacation. Whether it is lost or stolen luggage, a missed connection or a whole number of other unlucky events, complaints can arise at any point during a getaway. In order to help travelers to avoid these sticky situations during the height of summer travel, Infinity Incentive Group has come up with a list of some of the most common travel complaints, and ways to avoid these issues before they happen.
1. Lost luggage
Sometimes, airlines will lose a traveler’s luggage when a vacationer boards a connecting flight or if their flight is delayed. Whatever the reason may be, when the traveler arrives at their destination, their baggage is not there waiting for them. While airlines can and sometimes do reimburse the traveler for their luggage and the clothes therein, they do not usually reimburse vacationers for items such as medicine, jewelry, antiques, electronics, photography equipment and more. All of these items should always be kept in carry-on luggage, in case one’s checked luggage is lost, shares the Infinity Incentive Group complaints reduction group. Additionally, toiletries and similar items should also be packed in carry-on luggage.
2. Securing valuables in a hotel room
Another tricky obstacle that many travelers face when they go on vacation is what to do with their valuable items when they leave the room. Oftentimes, vacationers will put their jewelry and other valuable items into the room safe that is provided with most hotel rooms. The Infinity Incentive Group complaints reduction team warns travelers to avoid bringing extremely valuable or irreplaceable items with them on vacation, as many hotels and accommodations will provide limited if any compensation for stolen items.
3. Double booking
More and more people are turning to the Internet and websites such as Expedia and Orbitz to book their dream getaways at discounted prices. While this is an extremely common and oftentimes safe way to book one’s vacation, problems can arise, sometimes through human error. Many people have more than one account for these websites in order to book their business travel separate from their personal travels; however, when they go to purchase a package, these orders can sometimes get messed up, and they end up paying twice for the same vacation.
The Infinity Incentive Group complaints reduction team shares that travelers should always check their e-mails for a confirmation before trying to run the same transaction again.
For more information about how to avoid these common summer travel complaints and others, contact Infinity Incentive Group at http://www.infinityincentives.com.