The excitement of getting married doesn’t end after the rice has been thrown, the cake has been cut and the presents opened. For most couples, the next stop is the honeymoon.
Wherever you go, the last thing you want is for your trip to be interrupted by problems. However, you can take steps to protect yourself.
Identity theft is a threat that we all face, even at home. But when you travel somewhere new -- particularly to foreign destinations -- you need to be extra vigilant to safeguard against it.
To give yourself the highest level of protection, consider a program like ID Patrol, from Equifax. The service monitors your credit file for suspicious changes and gives you 24/7 access to trained ID theft resolution specialists. Flights can be cancelled or circumstances might arise that make it impossible for you to travel. That’s just one reason that it’s a good idea to have travel insurance. It can also be invaluable if you lose your luggage or are injured on your trip.
Knowledge is the first commandment of safe travel, but it helps to have back-up like ID theft prevention and travel insurance for situations beyond your control.
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Last Updated (Wednesday, 15 September 2010 19:19)