Arbiter orders 14 agencies to relinquish blank stock

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

  • Ana D. Bonilla (doing business as Amerikua Travel Agency) of Jamaica Plain, Mass., which McGee said turned in some stock after losing ARC accreditation last December but did not fully account for some 8,000 documents.
  • Angelitos Travel and Video Corp. (doing business as Angelitos Travel) of Paterson, N.J., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January for failing to pay for $20,480 in dishonored sales drafts.
  • Aris Travel of Parma Heights, Ohio, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation last October for failing to pay a default in full and did not account for 6,211 documents.
  • Bon Voyage Travel Consultants of Lake Worth, Fla., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January for failing to pay for $4,503 in dishonored drafts.
  • Choi Sunghee (doing business as Choice Travel ) of Englewood, N.J., which he said voluntarily relinquished ARC accreditation in August 1998 and turned in some stock, but failed to account for 1,429 documents.
  • Creative Travel of Rochester, Mich., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in February for failing to pay for $4,669 in dishonored drafts.
  • Dynamic Travel of Henderson, N.C., which McGee said turned in some stock after losing ARC accreditation last October, but failed to account for 161 documents.
  • Indian River Travel of Virginia Beach, Va., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation last December.
  • LIMP Inc. (doing business as All Points Travel) of North Hollywood, Calif., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Sophisticated Travel (doing business as Elite Travel) of Eugene, Ore., which McGee said lost its ARC accreditation last December.
  • Sunscape Travel of Bellevue, Wash., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January for failing to pay for $10,805 in dishonored drafts.
  • Uniglobe Redlands Travel of Homestead, Fla., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January for failing to pay for $38,769 in dishonored drafts.
  • United Travel & Tours of Seattle, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Your Windows to the World of Chicago, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in January.
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