Don’t Pack it….Just released from the TSA, Can you afford to lose it?

Posted on April 11, 2008. Filed under: Travel, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

This is my damaged bag, what would you do if it were your bag?A special report just released in 2008 from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reveals that in a three-year period nearly 42,000 travelers have reported items as lost from their luggage at an estimated value of more than $31 Million. We are not talking lost for a couple of days. We are talking lost for good!! Listed as MIA are medicine, clothing, fine jewelry, laptops, perfume and even cell phones. (Keep in mind that these numbers do not necessarily reflect reports of missing items directly reported to the Air Carriers) The Empty Carousel will teach you how to avoid becoming one of these statistics.

Now I have had folks file claims for “alleged” stolen items out of their bags such as: shirts, shorts, shoes, pants, breast pumps (Yeah that is what I said) dirty underwear, fake boobs used in stage theater for an actress, cameras, keys, marijuana (Yeah that is what I said) People have claimed that their illegal drugs were stolen, medication (legal, that is) wallets, make-up, jewelery and the list goes on and on……..

The question you need to ask yourself is, do you know what items mentioned above would be covered and paid for by the airlines if it was taken from your luggage?

Even of the airline pays your claim, do you really think they pay full value back to you? Folks don’t end up being another victim of theft, know what you can do, ask me here or through my website www.TheEmptyCarousel.com and I will be happy to offer you my expert advise for free.

The problems with your luggage when you travel is getting worse by the day and by the year. It is time to turn the tide of this growing problem and I can help you to do that, it all starts with you becoming a savvy traveler.  More blogs and more interesting stories will be coming so sign up to get this blog and share what you learn or take from it with your friends and family, together we can make a difference. Safe travels to you always.

Scott T. Mueller

Author The Empty Carousel a Consumer’s Guide to Checked and Carry-on Luggage

 

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