Jun 26, 2020
Coronavirus: Post Office ends travel money suspension
The UK's biggest travel money provider is resuming services suspended during coronavirus lockdown as tourists gear up for a potential summer getaway. The Post Office, which deals with about one in four travel money exchanges, is ending its suspension of services such as delivery and click and collect. The Post Office suspended a number of its travel money services in late March, as lockdown ensured most people stayed at home. "Nick Boden, head of Post Office Travel Money said:"We have been monitoring the position carefully in recent weeks and are aware of growing consumer interest in holidays as lockdown rules have relaxed. Customers purchasing currency from the Post Office online or from its branch network will be refunded if their holiday is cancelled owing to coronavirus.
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