E-checks — electronic debits to your checking account — can be a convenient and sometimes discounted way to pay, but you give up some important consumer protections.
Linguistic help and knowledge of the rules let travelers claim compensation for flight delays and other travel problems.
After checking in at a Vegas hotel, two guests find fraudulent charges made on their credit cards. What can hotel guests do to protect themselves?
It’s a slow process to get cafes, shops at Seattle’s spiffed-up King Street Station.
Plan ahead to fend off hassles in the air, on the road or by rail.
If you got your flight through an online travel agency, who should help you? The airline or the agency?
The U.S. State Department has gotten more specific, and useful, in its travel warnings on Mexico and other countries.
Carriers are trying to balance the needs of families with those of customers who want a peaceful trip.
Federal officials plan to expand PreCheck, a program to ease airport screenings for “low risk” travelers. Those willing to pay a fee will be vetted for a five-year PreCheck membership, and some air passengers will be randomly selected for no-hassle treatment.
Monitor your credit cards for fraudulent charges, especially after a trip.
Finding discounts on flights, rental cars and hotels in Hawaii.