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TW doesn't have the guts to name the companies who have issued holiday vouchers.
Some travel firms gave HOLIDAY VOUCHERS rather than Refund Credit Notes to their customers. These are not Atol protected. If the travel company goes bust then customers will not get a penny back. Travel Weekly should name and shame the rogue travel companies.
so, for example, if agent 'X' fails in the next month, is the RCN still valid until Sept 2021 ????????
Remember, some medium sized OTA's have failed recently and a few LARGE OTA's are struggling big time.
If the RCN was issued between 10th March and 30th September 2020 following cancellation by Package Organiser due to COVID-19 of an ATOL protected booking then, following the announcement, that RCN is ATOL protected which means ATT can pay out provided Package Organiser fails before 30th September 2021.