FAIRFAX, Va. -- Travel agent arbiter William McGee ordered a
Florida agency to surrender all of its ticket stock but rescinded
the decision when ARC told him it made a mistake.
Acting on an ARC complaint, McGee had ordered Holiday Registry
Corp. (doing business as Tropical Rainbow Tours) of Delray Beach --
which lost ARC accreditation last October -- to turn in the rest of
Before the decision was made public, ARC told McGee that it
would like to withdraw the complaint.
ARC said the agency actually "did make every effort" to turn in
or account for all of its stock. ARC didn't recover it all right
away because its field representative inadvertently left some
tickets at the agency, it said.
In other cases, McGee ordered the following agencies to return
any remaining ticket stock and plates to ARC:
BMR Travel Inc. of Highland Park, N.J., which he said lost ARC
accreditation in February.Elizabeth Anthaume-Leonardt (doing business as CTN/Woodforest
Travel Pros) of Houston, which he said lost ARC accreditation in
February.Liliana Rosillo (doing business as L C P Tours & Travel
Service) of Fontana, Calif., which he said lost ARC accreditation
last December.SDI, USA Inc. (doing business as Cruise & Tour American
Express) of Orlando, which he said lost ARC accreditation in
March.Tennant Associates (doing business as Travel Network) of
Vacaville, Calif., which he said lost ARC accreditation in
January.The Travel Place Inc. of Riverview, Mich., which he said lost
ARC accreditation in February.Travel Matters Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif., which he said lost
ARC accreditation last December.