Arbiter orders Denver agency to pay its debt to ARC

FAIRFAX, Va. -- Travel agent arbiter William McGee ordered a Denver agency to pay a $3,698 debt to ARC.

The agency, Frontier Travel Incentives Inc. (doing business as Frontier Travel), has owed the money since losing ARC accreditation in January 1998, according to the decision.

In separate orders, McGee ordered the following agencies to surrender any remaining ticket stock and plates to ARC:

  • CTS Travel Services Inc. (doing business as Century Travel Services) of Columbus, Ga., which he said lost ARC accreditation in January for failing to replace its canceled bond. Some 2,034 blank ticket documents remained unaccounted for, he said.
  • Exclusive Travel Designs Inc. of Dallas, which he said lost ARC accreditation in January.
  • Fernando's Travel Import and Export Corp. of Paterson, N.J., which he said lost ARC accreditation in February and owes $125,000 to ARC.
  • Franco Travel Agency Corp. of the Bronx, N.Y., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in March.
  • L&L Travel Advantage, A Partnership (doing business as L&L Travel Advantage) of Chicago, which he said lost ARC accreditation in March.
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