Our team began processing claims this week, following new guidance from ATOL, and we are working through them as quickly as possible. The collapse of Thomas Cook is unprecedented in terms of the number of people affected and, for this reason, refunds may take slightly longer than normal due to the volume received.
Claims are being processed in the order they were received and we will update customers individually when we complete your case.
For more details, please see this update:
Thank you for your continued patience, we aim to complete all claims as quickly as possible.
As you have been processing these claims for a few days now, you will have a good idea how many can be completed in a day. Based on this information why don't you give us an estimate of when the claims that came in on the 23rd will be completed and so on for the following days?
This means people like me won't have to keep asking and we can leave you to get on with processing the claims.
Hi @AT16, I'm sorry to hear that. The vast majority of claims were received on the 23rd September, so our Disputes team are working through this date first and will then continue to work through the rest in chronological order. We will be in touch as soon as we process your claim, we are working hard to get through these as quickly as possible - Christina
Hi I submitted my claim on the 24th Sept but so far have only received automated responses, so
a) how do I know that the information I have supplied you is all you need and correct and being processed?
b) how do I know when it will be processed, as the statement ' we aim to complete all claims as quickly as possible.' can be subjective; 1, 3, 6 month, etc.?
c) When you refund will it be as a credit on my card or a cheque?
Hi @Oliversweb, thanks for your message. If we require anything further from you, we'll be in touch either by email or by telephone. We don't have a timescale for when the claims will be processed at the moment, I'm afraid. We will update you as soon as we can regarding this though. You'll receive a credit to your card when we have processed the refund. I hope this helps - Ainsley