Updates

    Since 2013, there has been more than a 500% increase in the number of compensation claims for holiday sickness. ABTA is running a campaign to Stop Sickness Scams. 

    Claims management companies can be very persuasive when encouraging people to submit an exaggerated or false claim. If you put in a fraudulent or exaggerated claim for holiday sickness, you should be aware that submitting a fraudulent claim is a criminal offence in the UK, which could result in a criminal record and fine.

    Watch and share our Stop Sickness Scams videos highlighting the risks of making a fraudulent sickness claim.


    Holidaymaker, Tracey Krieger, spoke to ABTA about holiday sickness scams.


    Watch key industry people talk about holiday sickness scams and the impact its having on the travel industry, including: 

    • Mark Tanzer, Chief Executive, ABTA
    • Chris Mottershead, Managing Director, Thomas Cook UK & Ireland
    • Nick Longman, Managing Director, TUI UK & Ireland

    Mark Tanzer, Chief Executive, ABTA

     

    Chris Mottershead, Managing Director, Thomas Cook UK & Ireland

     

    Nick Longman, Managing Director, TUI UK & Ireland