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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  What does Travelconsumer.com sell?

A.  Travelconsumer.com does not sell any products or services.  There are numerous products and services advertised on Travelconsumer.com, but those are provided by other companies.

Q.  Can Travelconsumer.com make travel arrangements for me?

A.  Travelconsumer.com is not a travel agency and does not book reservations, sell airline,  bus, cruise, or rail tickets.  We do not book car rentals.  We are purely an information provider.

Q.  How does Travelconsumer.com make money?

A.  Travelconsumer.com is purely advertiser supported.  By using Travelconsumer.com to access reservation services, purchase products from advertisers, or by clicking on advertiser links, you support Travelconsumer.com.  Your support encourages the development of new and more in-depth content.

Q.  Is Travelconsumer.com's reviews influenced by its advertisers?

A.  No.  We rarely write reviews about products and services of advertisers.  We rarely write about products or services that we don't like.  When we write reviews that are critical of a product or service, we expect that we will not receive advertising from that company. 

Q.  Do you publish travel articles from travel writers?

A. No, but we will provide a free exchange link to a travel writer's article published on their Web site.  All we need is the title, a brief summary, and its URL.  All that we ask is an exchange link from the travel writer's Web site to Travelconsumer.com.

Q.  Does Travelconsumer.com offer any guarantees or warranties on the products or services of its advertisers?  For example, if my vacation is ruined because one of Travelconsumer.com's advertisers provides bad service, will Travelconsumer.com provide a refund?

A. No.  As mentioned above, Travelconsumer.com does not sell any products or services.  We encourage our readers to be very cautious about the companies they use to make their travel plans.  If there is a problem, you are on your own to resolve it with the seller.  An advertisement on Travelconsumer.com does constitute a recommendation or an endorsement of the advertiser.  Buyer beware.

Q.  If I send you an email asking about a travel destination and how to get there, will you send me details?

A. No.  However, you may post your travel-related questions to our online discussion group or post your travel-related questions in other online discussion groups.  The most accurate answers to your travel questions may be obtained from the official Web site provided by the country, state, city, or specific location.  Links to official Web sites are available in the travel destinations section of this Web site. 

Q.  All of your references to Wikipedia are replaced with references to other online encyclopedias.  Why have you done this?

A. We believe that the sources we now list for encyclopedic information are more reliable and accurate.

 


 
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