Arbiter Orders Agencies to Return Stock

FAIRFAX, Va. -- Travel agent arbiter William McGee ordered three more travel agencies to return any remaining airline ticket stock and plates to the Airlines Reporting Corp.

The agencies are the following:

  • Asian Imports & QH Travel Inc. (doing business as QH Travel) of Garland, Texas, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in April for failing to pay for $284,698 in unreported sales. The unreported sales were detected during an audit by ARC. McGee said the amount of the unreported sales was 24 times the agency's average weekly cash sales and that the amount exceeded its bond by $214,000. QH Travel turned in some of its stock but did not account for 7,832 documents, McGee said.
  • Delights Travel Service of San Francisco, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation last December for failing to pay for weekly sales drafts worth $320,112.
  • Dwight Edwin Magill (doing business as Alpen Travel & Meeting Services) of Ashland, Ore., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in March.
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