19 March 2015 by Anna Staford
Luckily, most travellers’ visits abroad are worry-free and safe. However, sometimes one may become a victim of crime abroad and that is something you are never ready to deal with. To be prepared and avoid despair in a difficult situation, read on for what the Foreign Commonwealth Office can do to help you.
Read also: How Not to Get Robbed While Travelling
The last but not the least important thing to do is purchasing a travel insurance policy before going abroad, and knowing its terms and conditions. Visit the FCO’s website to be aware of any dangerous events and precautions. Note that many insurers won’t provide you with a policy if you travel against the FCO’s warnings.
Find out more information from FCO on what to do if you became a victim of crime abroad.
Read also: Safety Travel Checklist
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