Join Travelers United and get secure worldwide WiFi and a Swiss travel data vault to protect your data
Join Travelers United. You’ll get more than $400 in annual benefits for only $29. The second-year rate jumps to $39.
This cybersecurity partnership between GuardStreet and Travelers United allows travelers to have international Web security for their important travel data and for their email whenever they are using public WiFi at coffee shops, fast food outlets, airports, or hotels.
- A team of advocates working for them every day in Washington, DC;
- A fantastic cyber-security package that normally retails for $99 a year,
- A national restaurant savings program that will put $300 a year of discounts in your pocket,
- A downloadable copy of Travel Rights — the complete travel rights book.
Check out these top-grade services created with the traveler in mind while on the road or at home.
Secure Email & Data Vault
Includes a secure email account where messages are fully encrypted at all times and stored in secure servers in Switzerland. Even your communication with non-Guard Street email users is secure. Includes 25 GB of storage.
Create, manage and securely store encrypted passwords and documents of all types (medical records, financial records, travel itineraries, etc) using military grade encryption and with the protection of Swiss Privacy Laws. Your data is also scanned for viruses as you back them up.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
When you activate our secure web activity tool, your credit card, banking information and other personal information you may use will be hidden from criminals, fraudsters, hackers and big data marketers. We not only hide your IP address, we change it, making your activity secure from tracking the sites you navigate. As a result, they can’t build a profile about you which could compromise your privacy.
Our fast, high bandwidth virtual private network is not a public network and allows you to avoid seeing ads. It also allows you to access restricted sites overseas like ABC, CBS, Fox News and more.
Private Web Browsing
Check your privacy exposure on multiple websites as you browse. Allows you to block over 2,000 trackers from following you online. See which websites could sell your data and easily request that they delete what they hold on you.
Plus, every month Traveler United Plus members will receive a $25 restaurant saving certificate. So, whether Travelers United Plus members are traveling or staying close to home, they will enjoy the benefits of secure WiFi, a data vault based in Switzerland, and nationally acclaimed restaurant savings.
We know you appreciate Travelers United’s efforts that have resulted in better rules for travelers.
- Travelers can change airline reservations within 24 hours of booking (unless flights are booked within a week of travel).
- Increased the lost/damaged/delayed checked-luggage compensation to $3,500.
- Increased the denied boarding compensation to as much as $1,350 in cash whenever travelers are bumped.
- Honest advertising now includes all mandatory taxes and fees in airline advertising.
- DOT’s customer complaint systems are now on the Web.
Help Travelers United to keep working for you with Congress and DOT in Washington; enjoy cyber-security every day of the year; download Travel Rights, and save with restaurant certificates every month. Plus, you will be invited to take surveys and polls that make a difference in Washington.
You can also sign up for our newsletter and get our daily or weekly news. Though we would like to have you sign up for our Plus program with WiFi security, dining discounts, and a Swiss travel vault, getting you to sign up as a free subscriber also will help our efforts. The more members we have who receive our newsletters, the more clout we have in Washington.
Help us to help you when traveling. Add your voice to those of our other members. The more our numbers grow, the better Senators and Representatives can hear us.
Charlie Leocha is the President of Travelers United. He has been working in Washington, DC, for the past ten years with Congress, the Department of Transportation and industry stakeholders on travel issues. He was the consumer representative to the Advisory Committee for Aviation Consumer Protections appointed by the Secretary of Transportation from 2012 through 2018.