Agencies Ordered to Turn in Ticket Stock, Plates

FAIRFAX, Va. -- Travel agent arbiter William McGee ordered the following agencies to turn in any remaining ticket stock and plates to the Airlines Reporting Corp.:

  • Aleppo Inc. (doing business as Aleppo Inc. Travel Agency) of Paterson, N.J., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation last December and failed to pay for unreported sales worth $51,882.
  • Alligator Tours Inc. (doing business as Belleair Adventure Travel) of Clearwater, Fla., which he said lost accreditation last September.
  • American Travel Network Inc. of Princeton, N.J., which he said lost accreditation last December.
  • Costa Del Sol Travel Inc. of Union City, N.J., which he said must surrender its stock and plates until it pays amounts owed to ARC, including $1,183 in unreported sales.
  • Doyce & Pamela Farris (doing business as Uniglobe Gateway Travel) of Corbin, Ky., which he said lost accreditation last August and failed to account for 109 tickets and various airline plates.
  • Golden Isles Travel Agency Inc. (doing business as Golden Isles Travel) of Brunswick, Ga., which he said voluntarily relinquished accreditation last September.
  • Goodman Cahill & Trotter Inc. (doing business as Elite Travel Service) of El Segundo, Calif., which he said voluntarily relinquished accreditation last August.
  • Harcan Inc. (doing business as Imperial Travel Agency Inc.) of Camden, N.J., which he said turned in most of its stock last November after losing accreditation for failing to pay fully for a default, but did not account for 295 tickets.
  • Jamport Trading Inc. (doing business as Jamport Travel) of Decatur, Ga., which he said lost accreditation last November for failing to pay for a default.
  • Sheila Glass (doing business as Puerto Travel & Tours) of Lynwood, Calif., which he said lost accreditation last October for failing to pay fully for a default.

    The agency surrendered some tickets but did not account for 192,934 tickets assigned to the home office and 6,986 tickets assigned to its branch, McGee said.

  • The Travel Credit Store Inc. of Margate, Fla., which he said lost accreditation last September for failing to "pay various amounts owed" and made "a good faith effort" to turn in its stock but failed to account for 610 tickets.
  • Travel Outlet Inc. of Orange, Conn., which he said turned in some stock before losing ARC accreditation last October but did not account for 2,608 tickets.
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